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Seed Group

Do you want some cool seeds?  Is there a hole in your personal seed bank?  Do you have some seeds to share?  Let's talk about the successes and surprises we've had with our seeds? Do you have some great ideas for seed swaps, exchanges or local news on seeds?  This group is for you--newbies and experienced seed savers.  Hear about new seeds acquired in the Seed Library. Share announcements of community seed events. Come join in the fun! 

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Latest Activity: Nov 18, 2019


Discussion Forum

Seed Team Meeting! Tomorrow over lunch!

Howdy, fellow Seed Enthusiasts!In case you haven't seen it on the events calendar, tomorrow is the next VPA Seed Team Meeting! We'll be meeting at the VPA office (bring your own lunch) and talking…Continue

Started by Volunteer Manager Sep 30, 2014.

Seed Library Hours 2 Replies

The Seed Library is housed at 5151 N. 19th Avenue,second floor, Phoenix, AZ 85015  Hours 9-5 Monday-FridayCall to see if the bank and we are open. 602-535-4635Come see new additions to our…Continue

Started by kathy Thompson Hill. Last reply by kathy Thompson Hill Jan 29, 2014.

Seeking local growers to participate in new Tempe Farmers Market

New Farmers Market opening in Tempe seeks backyard growers, master gardeners and small-scale producers!  The Market is a program of the Tempe Community Action Agency, and will operate Saturday…Continue

Tags: Foods, Kids, Gardens, Foraged, Produce

Started by Chip Satterlund Dec 3, 2013.

Seed Library at Glendale Library

Hi All You Seed Folk!The VPA Seed Library will be at the Grow Your Own Day at the Glendale Library, Saturday, October 26th from 11am-2pm.  Come check us out and take some seeds home to grow.  When…Continue

Started by kathy Thompson Hill Oct 18, 2013.

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Comment by kathy Thompson Hill on June 6, 2013 at 8:55am

Please call the office before coming in for seeds, to make sure someone is there to assist you.  Hours of operation usually 9-5 Mon-Thurs, Fridays 9-3.

Comment by kathy Thompson Hill on May 29, 2013 at 10:03am

Thank you Karen.  

Comment by Karen Kirkland on May 29, 2013 at 9:59am

Kathy, I have put down July 13th to help.  Can't commit to August right now. Let me know if we are meeting up tomorrow, the 30th!

Comment by kathy Thompson Hill on May 29, 2013 at 9:52am

If you are enthusiastically inclined to support the Seed Library.... We need you!  Second Saturday of each month at the Glendale Library, 12-3pm.  Contact me if you can cover the Seed Library at least one Saturday afternoon out of the year. It's really fun and people are so thankful for gardening knowledge.

Comment by Troy Groves on May 2, 2013 at 9:16am

Pima County's Library has a Facebook page with some great stuff on it. 

Comment by Dylan on March 8, 2013 at 2:54pm

What are the hours when the seed bank is open?

Comment by Stacey Lillebo on September 17, 2012 at 9:44am

Hi HL -- Thank you for the comment. We will check into the technical problem! The seed library is open during our business hours 9am - 6pm. Please email when you will be dropping by so I can make sure someone is present in the office to assist you.

Heather-- You do not need to do a germ test, just label as much info as you can when you bring the seeds in. Maybe note how old they are!


Thank you!

Comment by Heather T on September 14, 2012 at 10:27pm

I have a ton (well not really) but a lot of dried safflower that I can harvest seeds from. I will be checking some in soon! Love it!! I have a question, if the seed is older (I have a bunch of beet seeds, too) should we do a germ test on it before bringing it in?


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