The Seed Library is open March 1 to May 31. It will reopen on August 1 for the fall.
The Seed Library is made possible thanks to a partnership with Anderson County Soil & Water Conservation District.
Who can check out seeds?
Anyone with an Anderson County Library card. Don’t have one? Get one today.
How does it work?
Check out up to five packets of seeds at a time. Then, plant them and see what grows! No returns necessary – the seeds and what you grow are yours to keep.
Need help? Pick up a Growing Guide at your local library branch and check out the Library’s books and resources for growing and gardening. Find growing information with Clemson Cooperative Extension’s Home and Garden Information Center.
The Seed Library is a program to foster and engage Anderson residents of all ages in food and environmental sustainability. Visit Anderson County Soil & Water Conservation District online to learn more.