Seeds for fall planting

Seeds are being added to the catalog now for your fall planting needs.  We have more native flower seeds that can be started in fall for blooms next year.

Broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage seeds should be planted now.  Find more information on one of the links we’ve provided elsewhere on this site.


As always, if would like to donate money or seeds to the seed library please just let us know!  They can also be dropped off at the Extension Office on Court Street.

More seeds have been added to the catalog!!!

Remember more seed is being added every week, so please check back. If you need something that is not in the catalog please send email to reservations@allpueblogrows.org and we will our best to get it to as quickly as possible.

Here is what we have available till they’re gone:

Cabbage – Savoy
Cabbage – Red Acre
Carrot – Chantenay Red
Carrot – Dover
Broccoli
Squash – Butternut
Squash – Acorn
Okra – Green
Bean – Kentucky Wonder
Bean – Golden Wax
Bean – Blue Lake
Bean – Purple Bush
Lettuce – Red Leaf
Cabbage
Yellow HollyHock
Scarlet Nantes Carrot
Marigolds
Trumpet Vine
Maxmillian Sunflower
Tomatoe Rouge Cherry

List of seeds in catalog

Following is a partial list of seeds that are now in the catalog, and ready to be checked out!

Easy saving:


 Poppy Mallow
 Sweet Pea
 Rocky Mtn. Penstemon
 Great Horned Poppy
 Rocky Mtn. Bee Plant
 Dill
 Yellow Cherry Tomato
 Cherokee Purple Tomato
 Mexican Midget Tomato
 Aurora tomato
 Mt. Roma tomato
 Prairie Fire tomato
 Rouge Red tomato
 Beefmaster tomato
 Warren’s Cherry tomato
 Pepper – Hungarian Hot WAx

Advanced saving:

Broccoli
Brussels Sprout
Red Russian Kale
Cabbage-Savoy
Carrot – Dover and Danver


Medium saving:

Radish – Black
Rocky Ford Melon
Squash – Calabacita
Mustard greens
Watermelon – Ancient
Watermelon – Moon & Stars
Watermelon – Dixie
Watermelon – Ultra Cool
Watermelon – Sugar Baby

Please donate some of your best seeds!!

The All Pueblo Grows Seed Lending Library is calling for donations of your best seeds!

Please join the All Pueblo Grows team on Saturday, August 27 from 9:30 am to 11:30 am on the second floor of the Rawlings library, in the Idea Factory. Enjoy a free educational seminar from the Pueblo County Colorado Master Gardeners, and help them prepare seed packets to go into the library catalog.

Don’t forget to bring any seed donations that you have. Donations should be marked with the name and variety of the plant, as well as a packaging date and location of origin if possible.

If you cannot make the event you can always drop off seed donations to the seed library on the second floor of the Rawlings library near the elevators, or to the CSU Extension office at 701 Court St. Suite C. anytime during business hours.

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