Lexington Master Gardener Volunteer

LCMGV Annual Plant Sale   & Country Store

 September 21-23, 2018

Friday & Saturday 8 am – 6pm

Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

                 at the 2018 Fall Midlands Plant & Flower Festival

SC State Farmer’s Market

3483 Charleston Highway

West Columbia, SC

 

Proceeds help support the Sam Cheatham Scholarship Fund for students majoring in the horticulture/agriculture fields of study

 

LCMGV provides two types of funding for beautification projects by Lexington County nonprofits, schools, and government agencies:

  • Four $50 gift certificates for our plant sale (application due by August 15)
  • Up to $200 value for a long living tree or shrub (application due by October 15)

Please review the applications to understand their requirements and see the ease of application.Applicants may also contact barbarawhittakersc@gmail.com .

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE GIFT CERTIFICATE APPLICATION

AND

CLICK HERE FOR THE COMMUNITY PROJECTS GRANT APPLICATION

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CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION

The Lexington County Master Gardener Volunteers is a non-profit educational service organization of trained volunteers who provide sound, research-based horticultural information to the community. The Lexington County Master Gardener Volunteers organization is comprised of Lexington County residents who are certified Master Gardeners having had the benefit of instruction and training on an array of horticultural topics by acknowledged experts.

 

Become A Member

Do you like the feel of the earth between your fingers, the fragrance of growing flowers, the taste of homegrown tomatoes? Do you want to share your interest in gardening with others? Become a Master Gardener! Discover who LCMGV is and learn more about the Lexington County Master Gardener Volunteers program sponsored through Clemson University in South Carolina. The Master Gardener Program is a completely volunteer-based development program offered by Clemson University Extension Service and is designed to increase the availability of horticultural information and improve the quality of life through horticultural projects in local and state communities. In these pages you can learn more about what we do, how you can benefit and how you can help, our planned activities, plant databases, volunteer gardens, and more…