UGA Extension Office

Seed Swap Library

Need seeds? Take seeds. 

Have seeds? Share seeds!


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Seed availability, variety, viability, and quantity is not guaranteed

Varieties currently available (Feb 2021):

Basil

Cherokee Black Beans (originally shared from UNG Appalachian Studies Center seed bank)

Cilantro

Dill

Holy basil (Tulsi)

Jalapeño

Kale (Lacinato)

Okra (Clemson Spineless)

Okra (Stewart Zeebest), source: Social Roots

Marigold

Mustard (Brassica juncea - Wasabina and Red Giant)

Pepper (red bell) source: Social Roots

Sunflowers (mixed variety)

Winter squash (mixed variety), source: Social Roots

Yard long bean

Zipper Cream Pea, source: Social Roots

Zucchini (Costata Romanesco), source: Social Roots


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FREE! Seeds for anyone in our community. 

The purpose of the Seed Swap Library is to learn, share, and grow more gardens. 

Help build the McIntosh County Extension/4-H Seed Swap Library! 

Open-pollinated, heirloom, untreated, non-invasive varieties of fruit, vegetable, herb, and native ornamentals/wildflowers/pollinator plants that grow well in our coastal environment are all welcomed.

We also love to collect your seed stories! 

Please include a description with your seed donations: 

Has this seed been handed down for generations in your family? 

Have you developed a unique variety in your home garden? 

Did your seed come from a prize winning plant?     

Provide as much label information as possible: 

seed source, botanical name, growing instructions and a description of the crop/plant. 


 

Stop by the McIntosh County Extension office anytime during normal business hours to drop off seed donations and to peruse the Seed Swap Library. 

 

For more information on seed saving: 

seedsavers.org/learn#seed-saving

organicgrowersschool.org/seed-saving-basics-by-janisse-ray

communityseednetwork.org/resources

caes.uga.edu/news-events/news/story.Seeds


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