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Greater Greenville Master Gardener Association
Greater Greenville Master Gardener Association
Rent-a-Master Gardener Program Details
Needing help with your lawn or garden? Rent-a-Master Gardener (RAMG) is here to help!

The Greater Greenville Master Gardener Association (GGMGA) offers its RAMG program to Greenville County residents interested in receiving research-based horticulture information specially tailored to their home garden and landscape.

Here’s how it works…

Complete this online form to provide us information about your garden questions and concerns. A team of Clemson University Certified South Carolina Master Gardeners will schedule a visit to your home. During the home visit, team members will field and ask questions, take notes and photos, and take a soil sample. The visit will be limited to no more than 2 hours.

A $50 fee will be collected at the beginning of your visit.

Approximately two weeks after the visit, you will receive a detailed report of the team’s findings and recommendations from the RAMG team leader via email. Soil test results and recommendations will be sent to the client directly from the Ag Services Laboratory at Clemson University in approximately 2 to 3 weeks.

Fees collected from RAMG fund GGMGA scholarships to further horticulture education in Greenville County.

Client Name *
Contact Phone *
Contact Email *
Street Address *
City *
Zip Code *
Issues and Concerns in your Garden or Landscape (Please press 'Enter' after each item listed) *
Thank you for contacting the Greater Greenville Master Gardener Association!
Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer.
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