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.
She's a hit!
Barb Skomorowski from Hartford, CT - 02/20/2017 13:50:51
The Connecticut Horticultural Society paired Karen as a speaker with our annual fall bulb fundraiser last October. Her talk, "Where Bulbs Shine...On and On," was such a hit with the audience, our bulb sales were through the roof! Our highest year ever. It's obvious her beautiful photos and enticing descriptions inspired many to plant more bulbs.
Elaine Flanigan from from Wellfleet Gardeners - 02/16/2017 15:43:57
Karen's photography, enthusiasm and expertise complement her wonderful presentations. She is always creatively engaged with her subjects and her audiences are inspired to think in new ways about their gardens. We will be sure to have her again.
Amie Copeland Stark from CT - 02/10/2017 16:47:32
Karen's presentation to the Easton Garden Club was titled Garden Photography- Bring it all Home-The Art of Seeing. Using
her beautiful photography of landscapes to illustrate her point of view she inspired us all to go out and really take a close look at
our gardens. Everyone left feeling uplifted. We would definitely consider having her back next year.
Compelling speaker & presentation
Scott Smith from Stamford CT - 01/30/2017 11:31:42
Karen Bussolini presented a thoroughly fascinating talk on "How to Naturescape Your Yard" to a rapt audience of eco-minded gardeners at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center. She matched her wise words with a comprehensive selection of beautiful and instructive photographs. Lots of note-taking, followed by an informative Q&A session. Karen's audience left inspired!
judy delelle from prpspect ct - 11/22/2016 07:31:22
Karen was excellent! She was very well organized, engaged, and had excellent photos to support her lecture. Truly enjoyed having her at our garden club meeting,