Audience Reviews of Larson


For over a decade Linda has been exploring the world thru gardens wandering in 800 gardens on five continents, in 31 countries & 50 US states. She shares her insight & discoveries thru engaging programs illustrated w/ nature’s beauty & curiosities

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Carol McKenny from Spokane - 05/07/2019 12:11:20

Linda spoke to the Inland Empire Gardeners in Spokane, WA. Her talk was very interesting, and the photographs were amazing. She has inspired me to go to New Zealand to the Taranaki Garden Spectacular along with several other places.

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Spokane talk

Della Meyer from Wa - 05/05/2019 01:59:14

Linda is a superb speaker-knowledgeable,witty,great photos and a wonderful fun person. One of our large garden club's favorite speakers!

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Engaging, humorous and delightful presenter

Kay Dixon from Washington - 05/03/2019 17:46:43

Linda Larson’s enthusiasm for traveling through gardens captivates her audience as she shares her experiences and wonderful slides/pictures of some of the most interesting gardens throughout the world. Traveling through gardens presents a different way to experience adventure. Engaging, humorous and delightful presenter. And did I say enough about her and her husband’s photography, must say it again… pictures are beautiful.

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Fantastic and Engaging

Michelle Bennett from Terre Haute, IN - 05/31/2018 09:31:57

Linda was absolutely fantastic and engaging! Through her presentation about her favorite world gardens she was able share her enjoyment and love of gardens and travel with every person in the room. Everyone walked away from the presentation wanting to go on our own garden adventure.

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Stellar presentation

Kathie Smith May from Scottsdale AZ - 03/22/2018 16:12:18

Very engaging and informative presentation. Not only do you become informed about the voice and energy of trees, you learn how to become an advocate.