Seed Library

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What is a seed library you ask? Simply put, a seed library is just how it sounds– it loans seeds to gardeners. 

 

There are many benefits to having a Seed Library. It is a fun project for adults and little ones alike. It can support people who are new to the world of gardening, while also building community with fellow gardeners. 

So you are probably wondering how a Seed Library works? The answer is very simple. A Seed Library is a place where community members can receive seeds for free and is for the public benefit. Saluda County Library card holders may “borrow” seeds, and grow plants. We use "borrow" loosely. We don’t require you to return anything nor are there any late fees. You can get up to five (5) packs of seeds per week, per library account. If you would like to help our local Seed Library thrive, you are more then welcome to do so by donating seeds. You can purchase them (preferably), or you can harvest your own seeds.

 

Happy Growing!

If you have any questions, please feel free to call or drop by!

We are open Monday - Friday, 10am - 4pm. (864) 445-4500 ext. 2264

 

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We are sowing seeds at the library! Want to see the progress? 

Click here to view week 1.

 

 


 

Don't know how to save your seeds? Our Saving Seeds brochure can help with that! 

Click here for the Inside of the brochure

Click here for the back side of the brochure

 


 

Want to plant South Carolina native plants but not sure what they are? Vist the South Carolina Native Plant Society web site or click here.

There are lots of other free recourses available to you on their website. Help with identifying plants, rare or threatened species, and more.

 


 

The National Gardening Association has got great information for new and seasoned gardeners alike!

Container gardening, the time to plant depending on your zone (Saluda is zone 8), and they also have information on teaching children about gardening.

 


 

Interested in joining a garden club? Here is a link to The Garden Club of South Carolina.

If there are any local garden clubs, please let us know! We would be glad to promote them here.

 


 

Here are some tips from the Clemson University on growing potatoes.

 

Wireless Printing

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News Bank - America's News

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First time logging into Saluda County Library's wonderful new 'News Bank'? Place "200940" in the Library Card or Student ID Field to access America's News. 

 

You can search for any news paper you like but there are some local news paper links placed on the main page for your convenience. Such as the Saluda Standard Sentinel, The State, or The Index-Journal. 

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