Starts March 4th!
The Conant Public Library Seed Library is a collection of open-pollinated and heirloom seeds that you can choose from to plant and grow at home. Our seed collection includes veggies, herbs, and flowers. Simply come into the library and browse our seed card catalog. Then, come to the circulation desk to check out seeds. No need to return anything! If you happen to have extra seeds, share with a neighbor or a friend. We ask that you only take what you can use (limit of 5 seed packets per family). Our seed library is about encouraging our community to experience the joys of gardening! It’s a fun, rewarding, and nutritious activity for the whole family. If you have any questions, please reach out to the library at 978-422-6409.
This program is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Conant Public Library.
HomeHarvest™ Central MA - The Benefits of Gardening
Nate Fournier presents how to take control of the health of your body, your mind, and your local ecosystem by getting outside and getting your hands dirty in the garden!
Bio-intensive, regenerative, and organic vegetable gardening can dramatically improve your health and wellness. Permaculture can help develop a framework for creating win/win relationships by working with nature, not against it.
My Ultra Low-Maintenance Garden: The Full Tour
Gardening can take up valuable time and effort... but it doesn't have to! Join Ben on a tour of his early summer garden as he shows you a few tips and tricks that will help you save precious effort in your own garden. A low-maintenance garden can be both incredibly productive and outrageously beautiful.
Webinar: Native Plants for New England Gardens
Tower Hill Botanic Garden horticulture director Mark Richardson shares his knowledge of native plants for our home gardens.
Planting Herbs in Containers for Beginners