Audience Reviews of Ziffer
Amy Ziffer’s wealth of experience as a professional gardener and former garden magazine editor are at the root of her “real-world” approach, focusing on techniques the average home gardener can employ to create successful, beautiful outdoor spaces.
David Chinery from Troy, New York - 04/07/2017 09:33:21
Amy was the keynote speaker at our Spring Garden Day on March 11, 2017. She was highly organized, had a wonderful Powerpoint presentation, and received great audience reviews. She also signed copies of her book. I would highly recommend her programs.
Laura Fanzilli from Norwalk, CT - 03/14/2017 13:34:14
Amy came to the Norwalk Garden Club and gave a presentation on "Shade Revealed: How to Garden Successfully in Low Light". She had a beautifully compiled assortment of pictures. All very organized with a list of Shade loving plants. Amy was very informative and passionate on this subject. The members all enjoyed her program and will definitely invite her again.
Sarah Robinson from Bedford, NY - 05/20/2016 09:14:47
Amy spoke to our garden club about creating shade gardens. She detailed how to layout the garden using the best performing perennial plants from our region. She was very knowledgable and very engaging.She also prepared one of the best hand outs that thoroughly reviewed all the plants in her presentation and then some. I would highly recommend her!
pam savarese from Scarsdale, New York - 05/05/2016 13:17:44
Amy spoke to the Home and Garden Section of the Scarsdale Woman's Club this May, 2016. Her presentation was outstanding - so informative, well organized and entertaining. She is a wonderful speaker and her passion for gardening is infectious. We highly recommend her!
Karen Kermani from Albany,N.Y. - 05/02/2016 11:25:54
Amy Ziffer did a program entitled on The Last Shade Gardening Lecture You Will Ever Need: How To Have Success In Low Light ( Really) for our garden club. She is very knowledgeable, entertaining,and very personable . Her power point was wonderful with beautiful examples of shade plants.