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This is a carefully selected pack of seeds, most of which are perennials, which will live year round in warm climates! Purchasing each of these separately would cost over $100, not including the mylar and oxygen pack! 


In my research of survival seeds, I kept coming back to... but what about Florida and Arizona, Texas, Nevada Louisiana and California in JULY?! What are we supposed to grow at the hottest time of they year? So I came up with a list of many plants you have probably never heard of that absolutely thrive in heat and most will grow 365 days out of the year.  

Plants that are built for heat (and our cool season too.) 


This pack is meant to be in addition to the standard survival pack, in order to give you a nice variety, but these can certainly be used on their own to feed a large family. 


The pack includes over 1,600 seeds of 20 varieties of obscure seeds. These include:

1. Dwarf Moringa: - This plant is called the Tree of Life for a reason. It contains all of the essential vitamins and minerals that the body needs, including four times the protein of eggs, in just one plant. This may be the most important set of seeds in this pack. It's dwarf size makes it ideal for growing in pots, or in the ground. Don't let the dwarf size fool you, it will give you plenty! Moringa lives year round and all parts of the plant are edible, with the exception of the roots. This tree is currently being planted in underdeveloped countries and is winning the war on hunger! 10 SEEDS


2. Red Malabar Spinach: this can be eaten like regular spinach, in salads, steamed or sauteed. It tastes just like spinach too! The plant produces beautiful pinkish red berries and spreads easily. It will also grow in poor soils. I eat it fresh, right off the plant. 50 SEEDS


3. Green Purslane: if you have ever read the herbalist survival guide, this one is a must. Highly nutritious will pretty yellow flowers that the bees love. You may recognize it as a weed, but it is not. Leave this one be! It is related to portulaca and moss rose. It can be eaten as salad greens. High in antioxidants and omega 3. 500 SEEDS


4. Red Purslane: Just like the green with red stems. 500 SEEDS
5. True Jicama: (pronounced Hee-Kuh-Muh) These are native to Mexico and Central America. This is a vining plant that produces tubers that taste similar to apples. They can grow up to 50 pounds! They are packed with nutrition, antioxidants and won't raise your blood sugar like potatoes. The outer skin should not be eaten, so peel the jicama first. It can be eaten raw, with lime juice and salt or dipped in peanut or almond butter. It can also be cooked and mashed like potatoes or cut into strips and fried like french fries. 25 SEEDS


6. Roselle: the obscure and highly sought after member of the hibiscus family has completely edible (and very nutritious) leaves. It is most known for its seed pods, which are red and juicy when ripe and are used to make a medicinal tea or color beverages, such as lemonade. 20 SEEDS


7. Sunchokes (Jerusalem Artichokes): These are the official potato substitute with a nutty flavor and less carbs than potatoes. They grow on tall stalks with sunflower like flowers (they are actually a member of the sunflower family!) Once the flowers have faded, the stalks are cut (or mowed) and the tubers are collected from the ground. Delicious! 20 SEEDS


8. Yard Long Beans (Green): Known for their ability to handle extreme heat and humidity, yard long beans are, you guessed it, extremely long, reaching lengths of 10-21 inches long. Excellent for stir fry and soups. 25 SEEDS


9. Yard Long Beans ( Purple Mart Tsu In): a variety known for it's brilliantly purple pods, high in antioxidants 20 SEEDS


10. Yard Long Beans (Red Noodle): a beautiful deep red 25 SEEDS


11. Yard Long Beans: (Kurosanjaku): inner beans are black (black seeded) 25 SEEDS


12. Yard Long Beans; (Mosaic): Pods are lavender, pink and mint colored! 20 SEEDS


13. Everglades Tomatoes: Native to the Florida everglades, these will grow anywhere and everywhere. They are very little trouble. The fruit is small (cherry tomato) but extremely sweet! These reach 4 feet wide and 6 feet tall (some report 10-12 feet tall) with loads and loads of fruit! They will self-seed (wherever they fell like) so you will never be without tomatoes! 20 SEEDS


14. Dreadlock Amaranth: There is a tik tok video on this one, detailing just how hot of conditions they can grow in and packed with nutrition. Talk about a harvest too! These gargantuan dreadlocks are loaded with the ancient grains! 100 SEEDS 


15. Jewel Mix Nasturtiums: The well known, heat loving flowering plant. All parts are edible, leaves, stems and flowers. Makes for a beautiful salad. 50 SEEDS


16. Jumbo Peanuts: Super easy to grow, heat loving and bountiful. 10 SEEDS


17. Anaheim Peppers: Standard bell peppers will not grow in extreme heat as they have been adapted for centuries to handle cool weather. Their heat loving cousins have a little heat in them too! I chose these because they vary in heat, depending on when you harvest. You can get a sweeter pepper if you harvest them young and green. Harvest when red if you want some extra heat. These are not heavy on the scoville scale, at 500 to 1000, while jalapenos are at 8,000. They are actually quite mild but can handle some hot weather. These are great raw, stir fried or stuffed.  40 SEEDS 


18. Hale's Best Cantaloupe: I chose this one because guess what? It has 100 PERCENT RESISTANCE TO POWDERY MILDEW! THe bane of my existence! Super sweet, loves heat and your vines won't get covered with the white fuzzies! 50 SEEDS


19. Clemson Spineless Okra: A tried and true southern veg. Clemson Spineless is known for getting larger fruit without the toughness that many other varieties get. Heavy producer, Disease resistant heirloom. 100 SEEDS


20. Black Eyed Peas: yep, gotta have these! If you have never grown them, you will have more than you know what to do with, a good problem to have! 50 SEEDS


These are all guaranteed NON-GMO.


There are enough seeds for planting for multiple seasons and indefinitely if you save seeds from your harvests.




The Mylar bag includes a zip lock and the top can be resealed at home with a simple clothing iron so that you can plant seeds for spring, fall or summer (and winter in warmer climates) and re-seal the bag after each use, to protect the contents. 


Each seed pouch includes full directions for planting. 


It never hurts to be prepared and the seeds can be used and saved for years to come. Many people are unaware that seeds can be saved for anywhere from 1-20 years, if stored properly. Instructions for storage are included.

HOT CLIMATE Survival Seed Kit 1,600 seeds in Resealable Mylar with Oxygen pack a