Book Tour & Opportunities to Meet Carolyne


April 16, 2016   Memphis Flower Show, Memphis TN

Memphis Flower Show at the Dixon Gallery & Gardens

April 20, 2016   Elizabeth Park Conservancy, Hartford, CT
Pond House Cafe

May 14, 2016   Weatherstone gardens open as part of Trade Secrets, Sharon, CT
Trade Secrets


Carolyne frequently lectures on her books, style, design and general life experiences throughout the year. Previous engagements have included :

Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC), GA
California Club, CA
Charleston Historical Society, SC
Chicago Botanical Gardn, IL
Gibbes Museum of Art, SC
Institute of Classical Architecture
Junior League
Lauritzen Gardens, NE
Ladew Topiary Gardens, MD
Missouri Botanical Garden, MO
New York Botanical Garden, NY
Phoenix Art Museum, AZ
Preservation Society
San Antonio Country Club, TX
The Sulgrave Club, Washington, DC
The Village Garden Club of La Jolla, CA
The Woman’s Club, Ricmond, VA
Virginia Robertson Gardens, CA
Washington D.C. Capital Speakers Club
Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, DE

La Jolla 3La Jolla 2  Speaking

9 thoughts on “Book Tour & Opportunities to Meet Carolyne

  1. NOPE!
    The event is SOLD OUT!
    Just a reminder I have the book you signed for me at ROGER’S GARDENS YEARS AGO from my COUSIN MRS. HERBERT.I do believe you stayed at the old summer white house with her at LA CASA PACIFICA!!!

  2. I certainly wish Seattle was on the agenda…it would be wonderful to have you visit our beautiful city!:)

  3. Hi there Carolyne,
    How many years ago did you last open up Weatherstone for the Trade Secrets Ct Garden tour? Last time you did it, was the first time I attended the event; I’ve attended the plant sale or garden tour, or both, ever since.. I’m guessing about 10 to 12 years ago.

    • Hi Fred, I think it was about 5 years ago…..but as you might have seen, we are opening this year, so hope to see you there.

      • Hi there Carolyne, I think is was more than 5 years…
        But today I was watching last year’s reruns of Southern Charm, and there you were, on Patricia’s golf cart on your way to the Wounded Warriors’ fundraiser. It was really quick, but you were in two different shots. Years ago, while in Charleston, before Patricia bought that place, we walked down to it. as it was a prominent building in town. I think your place in Sharon, and Patricia’s place in Charleston are probably equal to each other for architectural interest and notoriety. .

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