ABOUT KAREN BUSSOLINI GARDEN ARTS

Karen Bussolini is a widely-published garden photographer, speaker, writer, NOFA-Accredited Organic Land Care Professional and eco-friendly garden coach.

Karen has been a gardener as long as she can remember. She trained as a painter and had a career as an architectural photographer before turning her attention entirely to gardens. Her work explores the many ways gardening connects us to our place on earth and to each other.

She is a member of The Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA), The Association of Garden Communicators (GWA), The New England Wildflower Society (NEWFS) and The Kent Land Trust.

HIGHLIGHTS & HAPPENINGS

Robins Eating Sumac Berries

As I was enjoying my breakfast during a winter snowstorm last winter, I had a ringside seat watching a frenzy of robins devour staghorn sumac berries. So glad I planted this under-appreciated sun-loving native tree right outside the window. And now I’m very pleased to see my photo of feasting robins on the cover of the November-December 2018 issue of The American Gardener.

 

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Karen Bussolini is an award winning garden photographer and writer with a reputation for engaging presentations, gorgeous images and down-to-earth advice.

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