Cabin Fever Symposium

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Cabin Fever Garden Symposium poster

February 10, 2018
Shelby, NC

Cabin Fever Symposium

Cleveland County Extension Master Gardeners will host a symposium that is just what those who love gardening and horticulture. Major Sponsor Cleveland Community College will provide a great venue for vendors and participants. The mid-winter symposium presenters include Bryce Lane, Professor Emeritus NCSU and renowned horticulture expert, Dr. Barbara Fair, Associate Professor NCSU and Landscape Specialist for NC, Jeanne Alder, Chair of Speakers Bureau of Extension Master Gardeners and edible landscape aficionado, Paul Owen owner of “Slightly Different Nursery” and propagation of daylilies specialist, and Amy Climi, Proprietor “Flower Bar”at Hayfields Market, Salem, NY.

Early registration of $55 is in effect until January 5, 2018. After that date the symposium is still a bargain at $65. Registration includes lunch, a visit with some great vendors and a much needed pre-spring focus on gardening. If you would like to register or see all the content of keynotes and breakout sessions, please check out our symposium website.