Mass Aggie Seed Library
- How it works
- Saving, Returning, and Donating Seed / Seed Saving How-to Videos
- Seed Frenzy Workshops
- Seed Ambassador Program
- People of the seed library
- Partnerships on and off campus
- Book Gallery
- Equipment for Loan Gallery
- Gratitude Gallery
- Puzzle Gallery
- Seed Quiz Gallery
- Advice for others starting a seed library
- Keeping a Garden Journal
- Pandemic Spring 2021 Mailing Seeds and Traveling Pop Up Seed Library Events
- Pandemic Spring 2020 Mailing Seeds to Patrons
- Seeds in the media
- Donating to the Mass Aggie Seed Library
The first step to purposeful seed saving is observation.
Keeping track of plants and the seeds they produce will help you learn about seed saving and become a more deliberate seed saver. Any gardener, at any level of experience, has room to learn and grow.
- What did you plant?
- When did you plant it?
- What were the conditions?
- How did it do?
- Did any plant diseases or bug issues arise?
- When did it go to seed?
- Last Updated: Mar 9, 2023 8:47 AM
- URL: https://guides.library.umass.edu/seedlibrary
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