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New Seed Library is Putting Down Roots

 

East Palo Alto seed library.The Brisbane Library will have a new seed library available to the public by the end of June. How a seed library basically works is that you can take different kinds of seeds available from the library and put each kind of seed in a labeled packet. Plant the seeds in your garden at home and grow your food. When the vegetables or plants have been harvested, bring back seeds from the strongest and best-looking parts of your crops to replenish the seed library.

Benefits of using a seed library to grow your own food include saving money on gardening and groceries and having healthy, delicious food available in your own backyard—or wherever your gardening space may be.

Available Seeds at the Library

  • Alaska Russian
  • Amish Snap Pea
  • Beet
  • Black Cherry Tomato
  • Bloody Butcher Corn
  • Brandywine Tomato
  • Bush Champion Cucumber
  • Cauliflower
  • Cherry Belle Radish
  • Chioggia Beet
  • Cilantro
  • Climbing French Beans
  • Corn (Zea mays)
  • Dill
  • Dragon Carrot
  • Dwarf Pea (Sugar Bon)
  • French Thyme
  • Garden Huckleberry
  • Golden Bantam Improved Corn
  • Gourmet Duo Beet
  • Green Zebra Tomato
  • Heirloom Beans
  • Heirloom Bush Beans
  • Italian Parsley
  • Japanese Black Trifele
  • Lacinato Kale
  • Milan Purple Collar Turnip
  • Pea Vine
  • Purple King (Dwarf French Bean)
  • Raisin
  • Salad Fresh Mesclun
  • Stevia
  • Sweet Basil
  • Sweet Pea
  • Sweetie Tomato
  • Wild Arugula

Gardening Resources

The San Mateo County Library catalog also has many books on gardening and growing your own food.

 

Author Bio:

Jessica Chung is a MLIS student and an intern for the San Mateo County Library.

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