A Seed Library is a collection of pollinator friendly seeds, both vegetable and flower, which are provided free to the public, and sustained by seed donations at the end of the growing season. It is a way to provide an increased variety of forage for pollinators in an urban habitat, while encouraging community members to start gardens and beautify their neighborhoods.
We are piloting this project at the Capitol Hill Library Branch located at, 10723 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland, OR 97219. If you would like to see this program come to your library or community center, request it on our Contact page!
The Seed Library works to help jump start a community member's interest in gardening and pollinator preservation through the offering of a select number of vegetable and flower seeds. Responsible ownership and use of the limited resources within the program ensures the entire community benefits, while providing increased forage for pollinators. Win, win!.
Check out up to 3 seed packages a month.
Plant and grow!
Harvest and dry seeds.
Donate back to your Seed Library creating a sustainable system!
If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.