The aim of the Daytona State Library’s Seed Library, located at the DeLand Campus, is to open the opportunities of gardening to all students, staff, faculty, and local community. We aim to help those from beginners to experts with seeds, information, and access to people in the area with many years of gardening experience. We try our best to ensure the quality of our seeds, with careful notes and labels. However, seeds are alive, and both experienced and inexperienced gardeners use the library. There is always a chance you may receive seeds that were not properly labeled or have low germination rates.
How to Use the Seed Library:
Here is Judy Van Horn, lead groundskeeper, and Ines Harris, grounds horticulturist, they oversee the design, scope and maintenance of over 98.5 acres of green space on the college’s seven sites. Their supervisor, Jimmy Lane, says he relies completely on their expertise and devotion to the job.