Pets are the new kids and plants are the new pets. With this pandemic many people started hobbies to keep sanity and joy in a scary and uncertain world. Plants and learning about propagating plants became my new obsession. First Continue reading Plants at the Horseheads Free Library – Part 1
If you are like me, you are ready to plant your garden, even if the weather says no. There are some plants that are frost hardy, and if you have these seeds at home, you can get started if we Continue reading Seeds You Can Start Before the Last Frost Date
We have expanded our seed offerings at the Steele Memorial Library for this growing season. As usual, we have fast growing lettuce, carrots, squash, and assorted herbs. But this year we have included a variety of pumpkins, from mini decorative Continue reading New Seeds for the Seed Lending Library at Steele!
Gardening season is just around the corner! Did you know you can check out seeds at the Horseheads Free Library? We are a Seed Lending Library, which means you can borrow seeds, grow your plants, save some seeds from those Continue reading Gardening season is just around the corner!
Summer is here, hard to believe after another long, cold and snowy winter. Where does the time go? The start of the Summer Reading Club will be here before we know it as well. The Van Etten library will be Continue reading Van Etten Garden Club Plans Super Foods Community Garden
Hurrah! The tulips are out! The daffodils are out! The dandelions are out. 🙁 Spring is starting and so is yard work. The latest thing about lawns seems to be – not to have grass, but to have a vegetable Continue reading Spring is starting and so is yard work…
It’s Summer, and here at the Horseheads Library, we are bustling and blooming! Bustling with Summer Reading Club activities for kids and adults and blooming with our library garden. Late in Spring, my co-workers decided to have a children’s gardening Continue reading Horseheads’ Curious Garden
Whenever spring decides to roll around, I never cease to be amazed. I look forward to seeing the crocus and irises emerge, the grass turn green, and the sight and sound of the first robin. But what gets me the Continue reading Gardening and the Library