Since the Enderby branch of the Okanagan Regional Library has had to close, the Enderby Library and Shuswap Seed Savers want to make the seeds in the seed library accessible to anyone who needs them. Green Croft Gardens, at the Enderby Market has kindly offered to act as a pick up point for people's orders.
The seed is free.
It is seed that people have donated back to the library.
We hope that people will try and save some seed, but our main concern at this time is that people have access to seed to grow their own food.
How to obtain some seed:
1. Look at the catalogue of seed available, below.
2. Make a list of seed you would like.
3. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your order and contact name by April 29th.
4. Pick up at the Enderby Farmers'
Market, May 1. from Green Croft Gardens' stall.
We have a limited amount of seed, so may not be able to give you everything you ask for.
The seeds must be ordered in advance by email, there will be no extra seed at the market.
Please note that the seed is donated so we have no guarantee of germination rates or seed purity.
Please consider learning about seed saving so we can replenish the seed library for 2021. There are many links to resources on this website.
You can now view the 2019 presentations on our YouTube channel.
Topics covered: saving seeds, composting, solar energy,
living sustainably, and square foot gardening.
A big thank you to the presenters for sharing their knowledge,
and to James Alton for filming the presentations.
you can download a booklet on seeds and germination testing. Click on the download button below.
you can drop them off at the Enderby Library or leave them with.Green Croft Gardens at the Friday Farmer's Market in the Splatsin Centre. We encourage people to test their seeds for germination before donating them.