Dallas Public Library's Seed Swap Program Expands to Lakewood Branch

It's time for gardeners to get their noses out of the seed catalogs and into the seeds, and the Dallas Public Library is a good place to start. The central library downtown launched a seed library in 2017, then expanded to the Martin Luther King Branch Library last year. On Feb. 16, the library system is launching a new neighborhood exchange at the Lakewood Branch Library with an event from 2 to 5 p.m. Gardeners and would-be green thumbs can find herb, vegetable and flower seeds while mingling with like-minded community members. "It's an informal way to get people who are interested in gardening to socialize and meet one another," says Mark Draz, a Dallas Public Library associate.  Continue reading...

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