Posted on February 14, 2022 at 6:00 am
Spokane County Library District’s seed library locations are:
Check for gardening programs on our online events calendar.
You borrow from a selection of vegetable, herb, and flower seeds during the year, plant them in your garden, and watch them grow.
When it’s time to harvest, collect some seeds to bring back to the library for the next round of gardeners to enjoy.
Our seed libraries accept heirloom vegetable seed donations year-round, during open hours.
Be sure to clearly separate and label the seeds you bring in the library for donation. You can get seed envelopes from any of our seed libraries.
Please bring seed donations into the library. Do not place seed donations in our book drop.
To learn how to save seeds from your garden, you can view our how-to videos found on our Urban Farming playlist on YouTube.
Check out materials from our catalog on gardening topics, including raised-bed gardening, container gardening, vermiculture (gardening with worms), and seed saving.
If you are thinking about trying some DIY garden projects, you’ll find helpful digital articles and resources from Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center, found in our Digital Library
You borrow packets vegetable, herb, and flower seeds from a selection in the seed library at any time during the year, plant them in your garden, and watch them grow.
When it’s time to harvest, let a plant or two go to seed, collect the seeds (learn how), and bring them back to the library for the next round of gardeners to enjoy.
Our seed libraries are absolutely dependent upon donations for viability.
Details for seed donations:
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