Seed Library

Our seed library features a variety of open-pollinated vegetables and some herbs and flowers. Seed libraries like these support sustainability and food security by allowing the community free access to the means of growing their own food. The seed library is located at the back of the Information Desk.

Putting Your Garden to Bed
Monday, September 30 • 7 p.m.
Master Gardener Martie Teumim will talk about amending the soil, preparing gardens for winter, protecting shrubs and trees, deer proofing, and more.


How to use the seed library

  1. Browse through the growing instructions binder at the Information Desk to see what seeds are available (also listed below). Plant varieties are identified by a seed packet ID number on their page in the binder. Seeds are in order by seed packet ID number in the bins.
  2. Take the seed packets you would like from the bins. There is a limit of 6 packets per household per year.
  3. Fill out a checkout slip and place it in the box provided. Your information helps us track how many people use the seed library and which seeds are most commonly used.
  4. Feel free to photocopy the growing instructions if you need them. You can also access printable pdfs below.

What’s available

Click on seed name for a pdf of the seed packet/growing instructions.





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