Whether you're trying seed starting for the first time or are looking for different species to grow, seed libraries are an excellent place to source new seeds and connect with the gardening community.
It's easy - visit the seed library, take what you need at no cost, and grow it in your garden. In the future you can donate seeds back to the seed library for others to use or share your seeds with friends.
Here are some local seed libraries to check out:
What better way to spend a cold winter day than curled up inside with a book? Enjoy diving into the world of pollinators this winter with a book or two from our list.
General Knowledge & Guides
Learn about the intricate web of life we are a part of, how to level up your garden, or gain a new perspective on the world around you.
Want to learn more about your pollinator friends? Grab an identification book on a pollinator that has caught your eye to get started. We recommend using a camera with decent zoom abilities to photograph your garden visitors, then compare your photos to the ID guide. You can upload your photos to iNaturalist or Bumble Bee Watch, where experts and community scientists can help identify the species.
Bees, Bumble Bees & Wasps
Butterflies & Moths