The Floyd Memorial Library has an ever-changing collection of seeds for you to grow at home. The seeds are free and available to anyone. The seed library is built on seed donations from the community. You do not need to donate seeds to take seeds home, but we would love if you would bring us some seeds back after harvest to help keep this seed library sustainable for the community.
How It Works
Step 1: View our current Seed Library Inventory
Step 2: Reserve your choice of seeds on our easy to complete Google Form.
Limit: 4 packets of seeds per household per month.
Step 3: You can take the seeds out yourself while in the building, or call us at (631) 477-0660, or email us at email@example.com if you would like to utilize grab and go/curbside service.
What We Have
Seeds range from fruits and vegetables to ornamental flowers, herbs, and more. Our inventory is always changing. Some seeds come from commercial growers; others come from plants grown by neighborhood gardeners.
We have a display with different resources available to you, including print books, print outs, all of which can be copied. We will also be holding different programs with Cornell Cooperative Extension about sustainable gardening, seed saving, etc. Please watch our newsletter, website, and newsletter to see these offerings.
HOW TO DONATE SEEDS
Please contact our director at firstname.lastname@example.org to donate seeds, which have been dried, and that are free of mold, for us to add to our collection.