Doomsday Prepper Seed Index

Are you a Doomsday Prepper? Do you think of doomsday scenarios? Are you already prepped and ready to bug out? Do you have food and water supplies in various places around your property? Do you have a cache of seeds to grow just in case? Do you love watching end of times TV shows and movies?

Do you know how much food you will need to survive? David loves to watch all of the zombie shows and prepper shows. I had never even heard of such a thing until one day I saw what he was watching on TV. It looked interesting. David started getting emails about prepping, doomsday stuff, and how to be ready so he started doing some research.

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David wrote all of the pages below so you can get an idea of exactly what you need in a state of emergency. A lot more people started prepping once Covid-19 hit in March of 2020, especially after grocery store shelves were empty. Now in the fall of 2023, folks are getting concerned again.

Don't wait to get prepared. Prepare now. A doomsday prepper is a smart person, ready for emergencies. Don't be a procrastinator. Start planning now for that future emergency, one step at a time. Don't freak out, just calmly make a plan and then execute the plan.

Once you learn how to garden, you will have your own produce in the backyard. It won't matter what the grocery store has. Learn now how to grow food and preserve it.Once you learn how to garden, you will have your own produce in the backyard. It won't matter what the grocery store has. Learn now how to grow food and preserve it.

Doomsday Prepper Formula

A formula that I (David) has come up with is named the Formula of One Thirds. Plant 1/3, store 1/3 in three places and save 1/3 for emergencies and trading.

The figures I have given are based on a 1200 calorie diet, for one vegetable for one person for one year.

Hopefully you will have mix of vegetables, and other things to eat and not just vegetables.

You will want some chickens in your underground bunkers. Chickens will give you eggs and if you also have meat chickens, you can breed them for food.

Depending on how big your complex is you may have a goat or two, male and female. This way, you can have dairy--milk and cheese. Learn how to take care of animals now. Learn how to milk them now. Learn how to make goat cheese now. After I have covered the gardening, I will try to put some information about animals on the website.

I would suggest you try to have food for yourself and your animals for at least a year.

Where possible, I will try to give a suggestion for an off color vegetable that you can grow. You want off color produce because scavengers will hopefully think there is something wrong with them and leave them alone.

Off color vegetables that you will not find in a store like purple, white or yellow carrots, purple tomatoes, white and yellow beets and many other vegetable. Click here for a set I have put together. This is an heirloom starter set. Grow these for the seeds.

We are adding individual vegetable information as we can. Keep checking back for updates.

Get some garden books to put with the seeds and gardening supplies so you have specific directions when you need them the most.

Build some nice raised beds for practicing your gardening now and learn how to grow. Don't wait until it is absolutely a live or die situation. Learn how to plant, germinate, water, weed, prune, look for pests, take care of, and harvest your food now so it will be second nature to you when it is time. Your family is depending on you. And while you are at it, make sure you take the time to teach your whole family how to grow food. This is a life skill that everyone should be familiar with, just like back in the old days when everyone had a backyard garden. We have grown too dependent on the grocery store and pesticide sprayed vegetables and prepared grocery store items with GMOs in the ingredients.

Doomsday Prepper Seed Index

Below is our Doomsday Prepper Index of vegetables that you can grow in your garden, provided you have the right seeds and the right environment to grow them in. A lot of them are easier to grow in more mild temperatures than what we get here in Texas. You will need to learn to adjust to the climate, amount of water or rain, light, and temperatures that you get each season.


Today is March 13th, 2024. As you can see we still have a lot of work to do.

Growing Doomsday Arugula Seeds

Growing Doomsday Asparagus Seeds

Growing Doomsday Asian Greens Seeds

Doomsday Bean Seeds:

  1. Bean Bush
  2. Bean Dry
  3. Bean Lima
  4. Bean Pole

Growing Doomsday Beet Seeds

Growing Doomsday Broccoli Seeds

Doomsday Carrot

Doomsday Cauliflower

Doomsday Collards

Doomsday Cucumber

Doomsday Eggplant

Doomsday Fruit:

  1. Cantaloupe
  2. Melon
  3. Papaya
  4. Strawberry
  5. Watermelon

Doomsday Kale

Doomsday Lettuce

Doomsday Mustard Greens

Doomsday Okra

Doomsday Onion

Doomsday Pea

Doomsday Pepper:

  1. Bell
  2. Chili/Cayenne
  3. Hot
  4. Jalapeno

Doomsday Pumpkin

Doomsday Radish

Doomsday Southern Pea

Doomsday Spinach

Doomsday Squash:

  1. Squash Summer
  2. Squash Summer Scallop
  3. Squash Winter

Doomsday Tomato:

  1. Beefsteak
  2. Paste
  3. Slicing

Doomsday Zucchini



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