Now is the time to start thinking about your spring garden. Bring your gardening questions to the *River Bend Community Organic Garden and Education Center’s* fourth annual *Roundtable for Gardeners *on *Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 6:30 pm *at River Bend Town Hall. This year our three returning local experts will each offer some thoughts about their current gardening issues. Find remedies for your vegetable concerns at this
interactive forum*.* This roundtable offers an opportunity to seek ideas and options for specific growing problems and proposes information for raising vegetables in this region. Come meet other vegetable gardeners and share your garden problems and experiences.
*Tim Minch*, former Greenhouse Manager at Tryon Palace and current Grounds Coordinator at Lenoir County Community College; Master Gardener *Audrey Kress Williams*, a coordinator at Cropmasters demonstration garden at the NC Cooperative Extension office; and *Hadley Cheris*, current Gardens and Greenhouse Manager at Tryon Palace will help find solutions to your gardening problems.
Following the forum, winter-themed refreshments will be served. Our gardeners are creative cooks and they will show you that healthy food can taste delicious.
RSVP recommended. Contact Dee Smith at 634-3192.
Submitted by: Connie Casey, River Bend Community Organic Garden and Education Center