INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Public Library’s Seed Service has returned for the 2023 spring and summer season.
“The seed library is a library within a library,” Glory Perez, with IndyPL said.
The Seed Library Service allows Hoosiers to take home free vegetable, flower and herb seeds to plant in at-home gardens. The library limits 25 seed packets per household.
The Seed Library will offer over 40 different seeds including:
- Green beans
- Zucchini squash
- And more
Seeds will be offered at 19 public library branches.
Perez said some of the library branches offering the seeds are in food deserts and having these seeds in a big deal for the neighborhood.
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