Laramie County Library’s Seed Library is open

Seed Library of Laramie County is Open for the 2021 Growing Season

The Seed Library of Laramie County is open and ready to grow! Community members are invited to check out up to 20 packets of seeds from the Seed Library, located at Laramie County Library, and take them home to begin planting their own gardens. There are over 150 varieties of flowers, herbs, and vegetables to choose from and every seed has been carefully chosen for its ability to thrive in Wyoming’s climate. The service and the seeds are free to Laramie County residents and do not require a library card for use. 

To check out seeds from the Seed Library, community members may review the 2021 Seed Catalog and fill out an online form athttps://lclsonline.org/seed-library-order-form/, or they may visit the third floor Ask Here desk at Laramie County Library. Online orders can be picked up from the third floor Ask Here desk or by using the library’s curbside pick-up service. Individuals may order 1–2 packets of each seed variety for a maximum of 20 total packets of seeds.

The Seed Library of Laramie County is a joint project between Laramie County Library System and Laramie County Master Gardeners that began in 2017. The Seed Library functions on a classic borrow-return system that encourages people to borrow seeds, grow them, and return any that are saved from the crop. To learn more about the Seed Library system along with its resources and educational materials, please visithttps://lclsonline.org/seed-library/.

This year’s Seed Catalog has something for everyone and offers everything from pumpkins to snapdragons. Seed varieties are limited, so begin your growing season today with the Seed Library of Laramie County!