2021 Seed Library

Cynthiana-Harrison County Seed Library

Get Ready for the 2021 growing season by getting your seeds today! Here's how:
  • You must fill out your contact information and please include your library card number if you have one.
  • Select your seeds: You may "check-out" one packet of each variety.
  • Submit your order. If you prefer, you may submit your order by calling the Library at 859-234-4881, emailing the Library at [email protected], or sending the Library a Facebook message. Please make sure to provide your order information, contact information, and Library Card number if you have one.
  • A staff member will contact you when your seed order is ready for pick-up. Due to Covid-19, we are currently limiting all pickups to our Curbside Service.
Please know that there are only a limited amount of seeds and we may run out of certain types quickly. It may take up to two days to fill your order. Thank you!

Please enter your 14-digit library card using no spaces or dashes.

Choose your seeds!

Your chance to easily select all! One each of either all the vegetables, all the flowers, or all the seeds we have to offer!

Triple-purpose vegies make great green, cooked tops, or superior pickles.

Tasty cabbage that arrives early, easily grown, and great cooked or raw.

Asian variety cabbage is light, crisp, and easy-to-grow.

Sweet long carrots that are easy to grow.

Tender veggies that are a good keeper.

Classic disease-resistant salad cucumber for the south.

Loads of fat cukes that are great fresh or pickled.

Shades of gold, orange, yellow. 5-6" flowers in sprays.

Easily grown plant that blooms pink, yellow, red, and purple.

Native coneflower, mostly perennials, are great for pollinators.

Bright crayon orange and yellow. Small plants, great for edging.

Light gold and chestnut colored perennial.

Zinnias in all colors keep on coming as long as you pick them!

Edwardian garden favorite in pink, red, and white. Very fragrant.

Sweet mix of zinnias in crayon box colors with pink cosmos.

Bright Green

This hardy spinach stands up to heat and is flavorful.

Heat-tolerant bibb lettuce and All-American favorite.

Hardy bibb lettuce with red tinged leaves.

Big heirloom green mustard, great frozen and fresh!

At least eighty types of salad greens from over three continents.

Cold and heat tolerant Asian mustard that is beautiful raw and cooked.

Kale fronds that look like purple-red tinged peacock feathers make a flavorful addition whether fresh or sauteed.

A good summer staple of the South.

Chinese cabbage variety that belongs to the mustard family.

Edible flower variety that attracts pollinators and tastes like cucumbers.

Green leaves for cilantro; let it go to seed for coriander.

Medium height dill that provides great flavor for dishes of to season pickled vegetables.

A standby aromatic perennial that is great in the kitchen.

A classic flavor for pesto and pizza.

Big southern fruit stand classic.

Sweet and spineless.

Kentucky favorite mild hot pepper, great for poppers and frying.

Horn shaped pepper that is sweet on salads or wonderful pickled.

Small pie pumpkins are uniform and bright. Great for cooking and carving.

Classic yellow squash that is great in casseroles, salads, and for frying.

Classic green zucchini, perfect for zoodles and zucchini bread.

Everyone's favorite sandwich tomato, meaty and delicious.

Deep purple beefsteaks on a robust vine.

Bright red globes on short and stout plants

Improved Roma type. Red and productive paste tomato.

Long-running favorite. Sweet with a little bit of bite.

Delicious bright-red slicer produces well and is heat resistant.

Rich, deep red Italian plump tomato. Great in sauces.

Kentucky favorite red slicer and canner since the 1930s.