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Schedule of Classes

LargeGLAMlogosmlAll of our classes are open to the public free of charge!

GLAMlogosml2All programs that are GLaM presentations are research based programs approved by Clemson Extension Agents!

GPlogo smallest 3Garden Presentations are workshops that offer a variety of ideas and opportunities for the Midlands gardener!

(Clemson Cooperative Extension Services offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital or family status and its an equal opportunity employer.)
2016 Workshops
Feb
22
Mon
LCMGV GLaM Presentation – Perennial Edible Gardens @ Lexington Gaston Library
Feb 22 @ 2:00 pm

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Perennial Edible Gardens

Eat your yard!  We aren’t talking about tomatoes, squash and the usual annuals that we plant every year.  Learn about perennial edible plants that can keep giving year after year.

Presenter will be Gayle GIlson

Feb
29
Mon
LCMGV GLaM Program – Herbs in Containers @ Lexington Library
Feb 29 @ 6:00 pm

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Herbs in Containers

Learn the basics of herb gardening in containers with a Master Gardener who will share facts from Clemson Extension on what herbs need yo grow best using this method.

Presenter will be Jeanette Ford.

Mar
1
Tue
LCMGV GLaM Program – Composting @ Lexington Cayce West Columbia Library
Mar 1 @ 6:00 pm

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Composting

Lexington County Master Gardener will share the secrets of composting in this GLaM program.  Learn the “recipe” to create a good compost for your garden.  You will hear a great way to recycle some scraps from the kitchen and garden.

Presenter will be Sandra McCravy. 

Mar
21
Mon
LCMGV GLaM Program – Perennial Edible Gardens @ Lexington Main Library
Mar 21 @ 6:00 pm

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Perennial Edible Gardens

Eat your yard!  We aren’t talking about tomatoes, squash and the usual annuals that we plant every year.  Learn about perennial edible plants that can keep giving after year. 

Presenter will be Gayle Gilson. 

Apr
2
Sat
LCMGV GLaM program – Critters in the Garden @ Lexington Pelion Library
Apr 2 @ 10:00 am

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Critters in the Garden

Don’t let wildlife turn your garden into their food plot!  Learn about some common garden critters and how to stop them in their tracks!

Presenter will be David Brown.

Apr
9
Sat
LCMGV GLaM Program – Houseplants @ Lexington Batesburg-Leesville Library
Apr 9 @ 10:00 am

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Houseplants

What houseplants are best to maintain in your home?  What are their benefits for you?  Come learn about what are wonderful plants for your home in the midlands.

Presenter will be David Brown.

Apr
12
Tue
LCMGV GLaM Program – Houseplants @ Lexington Irmo Library
Apr 12 @ 7:00 pm

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Houseplants

What houseplants are best to maintain in your home?  What are their benefits for you?  Come learn about what are wonderful plants for your home in the midlands.

Presenter will be David Brown.

May
3
Tue
LCMGV Garden Presentation – Warm Season Lawns and Weeds @ Lexington Swansea Library
May 3 @ 6:00 pm

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Warm Season Lawns and Weeds

A Powerpoint Presentation including:  Fact Sheets information, Soil and Soil Sampling, Lawn Problems Sampling, Composting, Mulching, Selecting a Suitable Lawngrass, Yearly/Quarterly Maintenance of the Warm Season Grasses, New Lawn Establishment, Lawn Renovation, Irrigation, Mowing, Fertilizers and Fertilizing, Weeds of Lawns, Thatch Control, Insects and Diseases of Lawns, Reading the Pesticide Labels, Pesticides and Pesticide Safety for Lawns, and Selecting a Lawn Care Service.

Presenter will be Claude Jackson.

May
16
Mon
LCMGV Garden Presentation – Warm Season Lawns and Weeds @ Lexington Main Library
May 16 @ 6:00 pm

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Warm Season Lawns and Weeds

A Powerpoint Presentation including:  Fact Sheets information, Soil and Soil Sampling, Lawn Problems Sampling, Composting, Mulching, Selecting a Suitable Lawngrass, Yearly/Quarterly Maintenance of the Warm Season Grasses, New Lawn Establishment, Lawn Renovation, Irrigation, Mowing, Fertilizers and Fertilizing, Weeds of Lawns, Thatch Control, Insects and Diseases of Lawns, Reading the Pesticide Labels, Pesticides and Pesticide Safety for Lawns, and Selecting a Lawn Care Service.

Presenter will be Claude Jackson.