Monday, October 29, 2012

Non-GMO Heirloom Seeds (Organic & Non-Hybrid)


We've been in business providing Non-GMO Heirloom seeds that are open pollinated & non-hybrid seeds for over 4 years.   You'll be hard pressed to find a company that offers you over 15,000+ Non-GMO Heirloom Seeds in over 26 different variety of vegetable and herbs.  We do not sell our Heirloom seeds by weight.  Listen, don't be fooled by fancy packaging because you won't find that with us.  Our competition charges $79.00 to $149.00 for their heirloom seeds and offer you less quantity.  Don't be fooled by buying by the gram.  We offer you more than 15,000+ seeds.You will get an abundance of seeds that will allow you to easily plant a FULL acre garden for 5 to 7 years.   

We are American Preppers, former USMC Veteran (Semper Fi) from the 1st Gulf War who actually appreciate and know the value of providing quality service. A great deal of our seed varieties come from Organic farmers in Egypt.  Most of our seeds are grown and harvested in the open fresh air near the Nile River or Upper Egypt, just like the ancient Egyptians use to do it (without harsh chemicals or pesticides).

Folks it's time to get back to the basic.  Back to how God intended for us to live and eat, right off of God's fresh unpolluted earth.  Now you can get one of our packages that will offer you and your family some of the most delicious vegetable and herbs, which until today were hard to find  throughout the world.

Let me also share with you an extremely important product that will increase your garden's production.  I bet you didn't know that plant can't make minerals.  You must add minerals to your your soil. There is a U.S. Senate Report from 1932 that clearly stated that the soil in the U.S.A is mineral depleted (We're going to blog on this in detail real soon so stay tuned because we want to help you grow fruits, vegetable and herbs.  I'll say gain you must add minerals to your sol and our Bloomin Minerals does that!

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