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Welcome to Garden Like a Master (GLaM)


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

Sponsored by South Carolina Midlands Master Gardeners Association

*all programs that are GLAM presentations are research based programs approved by Clemson Extension Agents. 


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                 Garden Presentations are workshops that offer a variety of ideas and opportunities for the Midlands gardener.



GLaM Presentation – Attracting Bees @ South Congaree - Pine Ridge Library
Sep 9 @ 5:30 pm


GLaM Presentation – Attracting Bees

Have you heard that bee populations are in decline?  Do you know what that means to our food sources?  Here’s what you can do to have a beautiful garden and help bee populations survive. 

Garden Presentation – Orchids @ RIchland County Library - Cooper Branch
Sep 12 @ 10:00 am

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Garden Presentation on Orchids.

Are you intrigued by orchids but think you can’t grow them?  There are many types that are easy to grow in the temperatures and light conditions found in homes.  Join us to find out how to have success growing orchids. 

Garden Presentation – Propagation: Two for One @ Richland County Library - Wheatly Branch
Sep 20 @ 3:00 pm

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Garden Presentation on Propagation:  Two for One

Learn how to make more of your favorite plants to share or to enhance your garden.  Richland County Master Gardeners will teach you propagation techniques that are easy to follow and will give you more “bang for your buck” in the cost of plants.

GLaM Presentation – Composting @ Richland County Library - Eastover Branch
Sep 20 @ 3:00 pm


GLaM Presentation on Composting

Learn how to make “black gold” in your own yard by composting kitchen scraps, yard clippings, and other materials.  Your garden will thank you for the added nutrients!  Richland County Master Gerdeners will teach you various methods and structures in composting, 

Garden Presentation – Bulbs for Spring Flower @ Richland County Public Library - Cooper Branch
Oct 10 @ 10:00 am

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Garden Presentation on Bulbs for Spring Flowers.

Don’t stop gardening in the autumn!  It’s the perfect time to plant bulbs for color in the spring!  Learn about which bulbs should be considered as annuals in our hot South Carolina climate and which come back year after year.