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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Review of "Bringing It All Home"

Carol House from Lyme, CT - 12/03/2019 16:55:33

Karen Bussolini presented "Bringing it All Home: Garden Photography, Garden Making & The Art of Seeing" to a joint meeting of the Lyme CT Garden Club and the Duck River Garden Club. It was a cold, wet November day, but Karen's lovely photographs and lively discussion brought warmth and excitement to our membership. I would definitely recommend her to other clubs and organizations.

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Engaging speaker

Brendan Kenney from New York, NY - 11/26/2019 10:45:48

Last week Karen spoke to the Manhattan Chapter of NARGS at NYBG Midtown. I noticed several people taking notes as the deeply engaged audience gleaned much valuable information from her talk SURVIVAL IN THE DARWINIAN GARDEN: STRATEGIES FOR PLANTING THE FITTEST. I highly recommend this knowledgeable and delightful speaker.

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Penny Lewis from New Hamphire - 11/12/2019 09:02:35

Karen was a recent speaker at the Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA) Season's End Summit. Her presentation was informative, inspirational, humorous, and her photos were spectacular. The conference audience was delighted by her presentation and we are so glad that she was part of this year's speaker lineup.
Penny Lewis, ELA Executive Director

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Maureen R Vagnini from Windsor, Ct - 10/29/2019 12:54:50

Karen spoke to us on October 21st and was very informative and an engaging speaker. Five stars

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The Unsung Season

Erin Presley from Madison - 10/29/2019 08:07:20

Karen was a delight both when she visited our garden before her talk and during the presentation. Wonderful photography. Karen encourages appreciation of the little details that make you consider winter to be a part of - not an end - to the gardening season.