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Master Gardener Helpline

en Español

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Our Helpline is operated by our Master Gardener Volunteers. These volunteers have undergone an intensive training course, an internship, and continue to update their knowledge with educational programs throughout their time in the program.

They are equipped to help you with questions about lawns, flower beds, pruning, and much more! The Helpline is open to all and is free. Reach out and let us help you answer all of your gardening questions!

We operate seasonally from March through October.

Monday  – Friday

10:00 a.m.  – 12:00 p.m.

When collecting a physical or photo sample to bring in for diagnosis, please consult the NC State Plant Disease and Insect Clinic’s guidelines on how to submit a sample. Also, consider taking a soil sample, as soil health and nutrition is a key component to plant health!