Seed Library launched
The Seed Library (at the Picton Library) had a successful start on Saturday April 6th. To make it clear what the Seed Library is about, the idea is that people can contribute seeds, generally seeds that they have gathered and preserved themselves. The packets need to to be marked with the following information: name of seed, date gathered, heritage or organic, where grown. The seeds can then be donated to the Seed Library. In return you can peruse what they have in stock and take home some seeds that you find interesting. All the library asks is that you make a return next year with more seeds. Currently they have a good selection of tomato and vegetable seeds, along with some flowers and herbs. You and your seeds will need to be checked out with your library card. If you are interested in seeing what they have available, or getting involved as a volunteer, then just call in at the library. They will be glad to see you.