Call 860-487-4420 or e-mail the library, babcocklib@gmail.com, with the number of the items you would like. Or come to the library with your list of seed numbers.
There is a limit of 10 seed packets per family.

Vegetables/Flowers/Herbs

1. Sweet Corn Yellow

2. Broadleaf Sage

3. Wax Beans

5. French Green Beans

6. Habanero Peppers (Hot)

7. Hot Peppers (Mix)

9. Sweet Bell Peppers

13. Chives

16. Bachelor Blue Bouy

18. Butternut Squash

19. Impatiens Mix

22. Black Cherry Tomatoes

24. Forget Me Not

25. Coleus

26. Spaghetti Squash

27. Sweet Majoram

28. Celery

29. Eggplant Black Beauty

30. Broccoli

31. Broccoli Raab

32. Cauliflower

33. Bean Big Kahuna

34. Bean Blue Lake

35. Cucumber, Dragon

36. Cucumber, Armenian

37. Mesclun Spicy Mix

38. Melon

39. Carrot Long

40 Carrot Short

41. Watermelon Bush Sugar

42. Watermelon Jubilee

43. Okra

44. Beet

45. Acorn Squash

46. Cucumber, Straight 8

47. Cucumber Bush

48. Pumpkin, Sugar

49. Winter Squash

50. Cucumber Beauty

51. Winter Squash Buttercup

52. Mix Gourds

53, Watermelon Crimson

54. Tomato, Roma

55. Tomato, Slicers

56. Tomato Steak Sandwich

57. Sweet 100 Tomatoes

58. Tomato Summer

59. Tomato, Delicious

60. Tomato, Farmstand Hybrid

61. Green Envy Tomato

62. Seedless Golden Watermelon

63. Tomato, Best Boy

64. Independence Day Tomato

66. Summer Squash Hybrid

67. Radish

68. Lima Beans

69. Bush Pumpkin

70. Bush Blue Lake Beans

71. Radish, White Icicle

72. Kale Premier

73. Tomato Purple

74. Radish, Burpee White

75. Cucumber Garden Sweet

76. Turnip Greens Seven Top

77. Summer Squash Peter Pan

78. Pumpkin, Jack-Be-Little

79. Pumpkin, Triple Treat

80. Pumpkin, Jack O’ Lantern

81. Lettuce Black Seeded Simpson

82. Garden Been Heavy Harvest

84. Kohlrabi, Early White Vienna

85. Melon, Early Silver Line

86. Pumpkin, Big Max

87. Zucchini, Black Beauty

88. Fennel, Florence

89. Tarragon

90. Basil

91. Dill

92. Oregano

94. Garlic Chives

96. Parsley

93. Convolvulus Blue Enchantment

95. Cosmos Bright Lights Mix

97. Chamomile

99. Cleome Queen Mix

100. Poppy

101. Burpee’s Galaxy Mix

102. Pea

104. Super Snappy Pea

107. Eggplant

109. Zucchini, Golden

110. Rainbow Bell Peppers

111. Casper Eggplant

113. Seedless Tomatoes

116. Spinach

118. Crookneck Summer Squash

119. Carnival Squash

120. Red Sunflower

121. Collards

122. Golden Hubbard

123. Swiss Chard

132. Cantaloupe, Giant

138,. White Cucumber

139. Bean Yellow

140. Casper Pumpkin

142. Winter Squash

143. Burgundy Beans

148. Leek

149. Yellow Pear Tomatoes

150. Hubbard Blue

151. Hubbard Green

154. Lettuce

155. Onions Spanish

156. Onions Yellow

157. Eggplant, Long

162. Sun Golden Tomatoes

Native Flowers

200. Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea; perennial)

201. Hairy Mountain Mint (Pycnanthemum pilosum; perennial)

202. Slender Mountain Mint (Pycnanthemum tenuifolium; perennial)

203. Sneezeweed (Helenium autumnale; perennial)

204. Wild Bergamot (Monarda fitulosa: perennial)

205. Smooth Blue Aster (Symphyotrichum laeve; pernnial)

206. Culver’s Root (Veronicastrum virginicum; perennial)

207. Purple Prairie Clover (Dalea purpurea; perennial)

208. Yarrow (Achillea millefolium; perennial)

209. Spotted Beebalm (Monarda punctata, perennial)

210. Sierra Club Bee Feed Flower Mix (a combination of native perennials and cultivar annuals)