Annapolis Valley Regional Library: The Seed Library is Back Again
By Tim Jackson
Are you looking for a way to get some exercise and fresh air? Is growing vegetables new to you? Do you want some unique seeds to finish planting your vegetable garden? We can help.
Beginning on Tuesday, May 2, the Dr. Frank W. Morse Memorial Library in Lawrencetown, and the Berwick & District Library, will again host the AVRL Seed Library. Last year there were 18 different types of seeds to choose from and they went quickly.
Stop by and pick up free packets of seeds, complete with planting instructions. All you need to do is browse the packets, show us your library card, and get a packet of seeds, kindly donated by Annapolis Seeds, Hope Seeds, Paul Gregory (organic backyard gardener), Seed & Scarecrow Farm, and Twisted Brook.
The Seed Library can inspire a great family project that leads to healthy food choices and sustainable communities. Gardening is known to have substantial health benefits in terms of physical activity and mental well-being.
We’d love to receive updates on your gardening project. Send us a photo or message on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
Get out there and dig in!