INDIANAPOLIS — Spring has sprung, and the Indianapolis Public Library is ready to help get gardens started by offering free vegetable, herb and flower seeds.
Beginning March 21, library visitors can check out and take home the seeds to grow their own food. The program started in 2014.
You can check out seeds at the following branches: Beech Grove, College Avenue, Decatur, East 38th Street, Garfield Park, Glendale, Haughville, Lawrence, Nora, Pike, Southport, Spades Park, West Perry, Franklin Road, Outreach, Wayne and West Indianapolis.
IndyPL’s Seed Library 2022 Core Collection:
Marigold, Brocade Mix
Garlic Chives, Chinese Leeks
Beans, Green, Bush Provider
Beans, Green, Pole
Carrots, Scarlet Nantes
Cucumber, General Lee
Lettuce, Leaf, Allstar Gourmet
Kale, Red Russian
Peas, Oregon Sugar Pod
Peppers, Jalapeno, Traveler Strain
Peppers, Sweet Bell, Calif Wonder
Pumpkin, New England Pie
Radish, French Breakfast
Squash, Butternut, Waltham
Squash, Zucchini, Dunja
Tomato, Matt's Wild Cherry
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