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Ask a master gardener: What are seed libraries?

Seed libraries, which are located in public libraries and other venues throughout the state, have seeds “to borrow” for a variety of vegetables and herbs, and sometimes flowers. photo / Krista Bennett/Unsplash

Communities around the world are cultivating seed libraries. A surge in new gardeners and struggling supply chains during the pandemic caused the rise of seed libraries.

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