Seed Library

Seed Library Kickoff

The Seed Library Program was launched in February 2015 as a collaborative effort between the LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library System, Sustainable Tallahassee and the UF/IFAS Leon Extension. The Seed Library Program began as a way to promote noninvasive, heirloom vegetable seed planting in Leon County and to encourage residents to grow their own nutritious food. The Seed Library is a very popular program that is eagerly anticipated each spring and fall.

WHEN:

The Seed Library is available every spring and fall. The Seed Library is launched each season with a special gardening and cooking program from UF/IAS Leon Extension.

HOW IT WORKS:

Visit any library branch location and check out up to three seed packets each month. No need to return them, they are yours to keep.

FALL 2019 SEED LIBRARY KICKOFF:

DR. B.L. PERRY, JR. Branch Library on Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm.

Experts from Leon County Cooperative Extension will be on hand to give tips on gardening, demonstrate techniques, and answer questions to make sure that your family garden will be ready for fall planting. All ages are welcome!

SEED INFORMATION:

Follow the link for seed and planting information.

Contact your library for more information.