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2 Garden Seed Cans


2 Garden Seed Cans – Preparedness Seeds for a Non GMO Heirloom Garden

Our seed planting guide tells you approximately when to start planting popular vegetable garden seeds. Knowing the best seed planting times makes it so you can have an earlier harvest. Planting vegetable seeds at the right time allows cooler crops to grow before the temperature gets too hot.  Most people can plant seeds, but knowing when to plant and what not to plant together is more challenging.

Category: Product ID: 2475


Non GMO Vegetable Garden Seeds – 2 Cans

Non-Hybrid Garden Seeds

Vegetables included in each garden seed can

When to start planting garden seeds indoors!

When to plant vegetable seeds outdoors!

Seed Planting Dates Based on Mapleton, Utah Climate – Elevation 4700 feet

Garden Planting Times for Starting Seeds Indoors

Feb 1-14 (10–12 weeks before average frost free date) Celery, Onions, Leeks and Early Tomatoes
Feb 14-24 (6–10 weeks before frost free date) Cabbage, Cauliflower and Broccoli
Feb 28-Mar 7 Eggplant, Peppers and Lettuce.
Mar 7-14 Tomatoes
April 4-1 (Plant indoors 3–4 weeks before setting out in the garden) Cucumbers, Squash and Melons.
May 1-7 Squash (For transplanting in pea patch after peas are harvested about June 15 to July 1).
April 25 Average Frost Free Date (Utah County) Mapleton, UT – Its elevation is 4,700 feet (1,400 m) above sea level.
Dates for Planting Seeds in Garden
Mar 14-28 Very Hard Broccoli, Cabbage (105 days), Lettuce (Iceberg 82 days), Onions, Peas (62 days), Potatoes, Spinach (43 days), and Turnips.
Mar 28 – April 11 Hardy Beet (60 days), Carrots (75 days), Chard (60 days), Mustard, Parsnips (105 days), and Radishes (30 days).
April 25- Not Cold Hardy Snap Beans (55 days), Okra, Soybean, Squash, Sweet Corn (85 days) Tomatoes, and Parsley (55-70 days).
May 2- Require hot weather Lima Beans, Eggplant, Peppers (65-75 days), Sweet potatoes, Cucumbers, and Melons (90 days).
May 24- Medium heat tolerant good for summer plant All Beans, Chards Soybean, Squash, and Sweet Corn.
July 1-

*After the peas are harvested

Hardy for late summer or fall planting Beets, Collard (75 days), Kale (55 days), Lettuce (82 days), Mustard, Spinach (43 days), and Turnips.
 Fall Garden Crops Beets (60 days), Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower (70 days), Sweet Corn (80 days), Cucumber (58 days), Parsnips (105 days), Rutabagas (90 days), Turnips (55 days), Green Onions, Carrots (75 days), Lettuce (82 days), Peas (62 days), Radishes (30 days), Spinach, and Swiss Chard.

Lets Face it – we live in turbulent times! Not many know what the future holds!

Do you have a clue what would happen in your community or nation if transportation were paralyzed or if we had a war, a shortage of food or even a depression?

How long would you or your neighbors be able to obtain food from the grocery store?

President Ezra Taft Benson said, “An almost forgotten means of economic self-reliance is the home production of food. We are too accustomed to going to stores and purchasing what we need. By producing some of our food we reduce, to a great extent, the impact of inflation on our money.”

President Spencer W Kimball gave great advice “to grow all the food that you feasibly can on your own property”. Possibly it would be easier to apply this great advice; if we were to think of gardening as a means to protect against unforeseeable stormy weather!

Gardening can also be a beneficial project for the family; it provides nutritional food for the kitchen table and the actual work creates a wholesome environment for family relationships.


Additional information

Weight 6 lbs
Dimensions 12 x 9 x 10 in


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