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IUPUI University Library Seed Library

University Library's Seed Library

Welcome to IUPUI's University Library's Seed Library!

Spring 2021 Event 

  • ​RHA Puts the SUS in Sustainability:
    • Monday, February 8 (Riverwalk & Ball Hall 4:00-6:00)
    • Tuesday, February 9 (North Hall & University Tower 3:00-6:00)
    • Wednesday, February 10 (North Hall & University Tower 4:00-6:00)
    • Thursday, February 11 (Riverwalk & Ball Hall 3:00-6:00)

Seeds will be available at these table events. 

2021 seeds

Please fill out the survey below to receive seeds via snail mail. 

The IUPUI community has voted and this year we will have the following additions to our seed library: Sunflowers, Cilantro, Tomatoes, Hot peppers, and Milkweed. We will also continue to offer the herbs from last year: bouquet dill, broadleaf sage, common chives, Wmily basil, Giant of Italy parsley, Rosy rosemary or Vulgare oregano. To join the Seed Library listserv, suggest new seed types, and be advised of upcoming gardening workshops contact Justin Kani on the left side of the screen or Alicia Añino at alscampb@iupui.edu 

 

 

Fill out this survey to receive your seeds by mail!

About the Seed Library 

The IUPUI University Library Seed library is a collection of heirloom, open-pollinated, non-GMO herb seeds that any user with a Crimson Card; Indiana resident with an IU Libraries Borrower Card or IUPUI University Library Borrower's Card can borrow (IUPUI faculty, IUPUI staff, IUPUI students, Marion County residents and IU affiliates) to place at home for their personal use.

We currently have bouquet dill, broadleaf sage, common chives, emily basil, giant of Italy parsley, rosy rosemary or vulgare oregano.

The Seed Library is possible through a Greening Grant from the IUPUI Office of Sustainability.