Audience Reviews of Bussolini


I aim to always be accessible and informative – and to share new ways to think rather than just a bunch of facts or list of plants. Images are beautiful, inspiring and plentiful, talks have environmental, aesthetic and hands-on practical advice.

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Naturescaping Inspiration!

Stefani Traina from Andover - 05/25/2018 10:57:31

Karen's recent lecture was part of our Andover Seed Library Lecture Series at Memorial Hall Library. Her naturescaping talk was full of digestible information and gorgeous images. Karen's extensive knowledge and willingness to answer questions contributed to a very successful evening for our community of gardeners. We look forward to having her back. She is great speaker.

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Herbal Liberation!

Maria LaFontan from Kent - 03/13/2018 07:28:11

Karen's Herbal Presentation was warm and inviting on a cold winter's day. Her photos are inspiring and her insight into new ways of expressing plants around your property is inspiring. Bring on spring!

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Great Presentation!

Lucy Pierpont from Kent, CT - 03/09/2018 08:56:11

Karen Bussolini recently gave a presentation called Herb Liberation! It was co-sponsored by Kent Memorial Library & Kent Garden Club. Along with this wonderful program, Karen was able to educated the community on the existence of the Kent Seed Library. Attendees of the program were urged to bring a packet of seeds to donate to the Library. Whenever Karen speaks in Kent, a full house is guaranteed.

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Garden Design for Pollinators

Laura Rissolo from CT - 03/08/2018 12:33:41

Karen's lecture on pollinators revealed her long-time experience observing in the garden—her soft enthusiasm relaying practical science wrapped in a love of the natural world.
Her lecture was well-organized and accompanied by illustrative photos. She shared both her work and experiences as well as that of her colleagues in a helpful, non-proprietary way. This paired with her role-up-your-sleeves attitude presented an empowering argument for gardeners as stewards of pollinators.

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Landscaping with Native Plants

Carolyn Summers from NY - 01/17/2018 11:09:31

Karen gave a great lecture at the ELA's December conference in Brooklyn, NY. Her slides are amazing, and she had plenty of interesting observations and tips about everything from attracting specific wildlife to controlling invasive species.