The Hardin Valley Library is excited to announce the opening of the PSCC Seed Library!
What’s a seed library?
It is a place where you can get FREE seeds to plant and grow at home.
How does it work?
PSCC students, staff, and faculty can select up to 5 seed packets per person and take them home to grow their own food. At the end of each season, we encourage you to collect seeds from your garden and return them to the library in order to create a sustainable collection.
The Seed Library currently has over 2,900 seed packets in a wide variety of vegetable, herb, edible flower, grains, and cover crop seeds.
Seeds were generously donated by Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, Beardsley Farm, and local individuals in the hope of establishing a sustainable community.
Are you new to gardening or seed-saving?
The libraries have books on organic gardening, seed collecting and saving, and more!
You can find all the information you need to successfully grow your garden (big or small), as well as information on seed-saving on the Seed Library Guide (lib.pstcc.edu/seedlibrary).
The guide offers tips and suggestions for varying levels of experience and space. Check out the Seed Library Guide today for more information!