Clarendon County Master Gardeners

Love to Garden?
Love to Volunteer?
Then the Master Gardener program is for you!

The Master Gardener program is a volunteer training program that is administered by the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service. Introduced in Charleston County in 1981, the Master Gardener program is now offered in 36 counties.

The Master Gardener program is divided into two parts: instruction and service.
Classes will be taught in the following topics:

Soils and Plant Nutrition
Basic Plant Pathology, Physiology, and Entomology
Vegetable Gardening
Tree and Small Fruit Culture
Culture of Woody Ornamentals
Lawn Management
Basic Landscape Design
Problem Solving

Classes are offered in the Spring of each year starting in early February.  Classes are held on Tuesday evenings.  To register for a class please contact our office.

Who are the Clarendon County Master Gardeners?

The membership organization of Clarendon Master Gardeners, namely, The Clarendon County Master Gardeners Association of South Carolina, is an educational, nonprofit, adult volunteer group that provides nonbiased, research-based horticultural information to the community. Clarendon Master Gardeners work in partnership with the Clemson University Extension Office as a service arm of Extension Horticulture. Members of the Association are residents of Clarendon County who are willing to learn and share gardening knowledge with diverse groups of people. What really sets Master Gardeners apart from other home gardeners is their special training in horticulture and their work in the community.

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