Audience Reviews of Sharp
Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp is a popular speaker on various garden topics and sustainable living; television and radio guest; writer; author; garden coach; secretary of Garden Writers Association; works at large independent garden center.
Marion Cty MG talk 9/12/16
Edie Enright from Indianapolis - 09/15/2016 15:24:08
Excellent presentation. The photos were first rate. Jo Ellen was friendly, intelligent and so knowledgable. She could present anywhere in the country.
Great Spring Planting Presentation
John Schlechte from Indianapolis, Indiana - 05/06/2016 23:24:28
Ms. Sharp presented to the Eagle Creek Park Foundation. The program was about "New or Sort of New Plants to Try". Annuals, Vegetables, Herbs, Fruit, Perennials, Temperennials, Vines, and Shrubs were discussed in an interesting, highly understandable manner. It was an excellent presentation which included great visuals and a written guide.
Fun + Smart = Jo Ellen
Gretchen Staley from Columbus Grove, OH - 03/21/2016 00:54:31
As the event chair for an annual garden seminar for the last 7 years the big challenge is finding presenters with great presentation skills, a depth of knowledge and the ability to connect with the audience in an enjoyable way! Jo Ellen did all of these things very well while presenting Fabulous Foliage to our audience of 160 guests. In the evaluation forms our guests gave her top ratings with 97% of our guests giving her the highest rating for "I enjoyed this presentation". She was prompt returning my emails and great to work with!
Anne Berlin from Germantown - 03/04/2016 02:06:47
Gotcha' Covered and Bulbs and Companions were 2 slide shows excellently narrated by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp. We were given handouts that complimented the photos and her presentations making it easy to follow along and add notes on the printed sheets. I learned some gardening basics as well as matching names with plants.
A Class Act
Linda James from Granville, Oh - 03/03/2016 20:02:17
After having the luxury of hearing Jo Ellen present two sessions, Gotcha Covered: More than Ivy and Myrtle and Spring Bulbs and Companions, I came away with so much information. The photos shown enhanced her presentation. The handout followed the sequence of her photos. She related not only to professional gardeners but also to beginner gardeners