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There are several gardens you can visit to see seed library plants up close and personal! This can help you make selections from the seed library which you can conveniently access as the gardens are in the same locations as a seed library branch. These gardens also serve as seed sources for the seed library.
An ethnobotanical garden was planted in Fall 2020 that includes a wide variety of trees, shrubs, grasses, cacti and succulents that have medicinal, food, ceremonial and other human uses. Many of these plants are also available in the seed library.
The existing gardens at SCC are being supplemented with additional seed library plants so that visitors view them to inform their seed library selections. Download the guide below: