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Jason Jorgensen

Born in Berkeley, California, Jason moved to Washington state at the age of seven, and has called the Pacific Northwest home ever since. After more than twenty years in the international shipping industry, he decided it was time for a career change. After graduating in 2013 with degrees in Landscape Design and Ornamental Horticulture from Edmonds Community College, he turned his life-long passion for gardening and plant selection into his profession as a landscape designer.

Currently, Jason is collaborating with clients on creating sustainable summer-dry gardens around Seattle, WA.

  • Northwest Regional Reports

    Early Spring Ephemerals for the Northwest

    Even though cold winter weather is still hanging around in March, there are sure signs of spring in the garden. Early spring is one of the more exuberant times of…

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    March Garden To-Do List for the Pacific Northwest

    March is a wonderful month for garden inspiration. There are so many changes we start to notice here in the Pacific Northwest. The cold wet days of winter are still…

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    Golden Conifers Shine in the Northwest

    Late winter and early spring in the Pacific Northwest are challenging times for the gardener. The dark, wet, stormy days often force us to be inside, and we rarely get…

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    Winter Bark for Color and Texture

    February is an in-between time in the garden, although there are still plenty of chores to keep up with. But when the weather is cooperative, we must take the time…

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    Northwest: February Garden To-Do List

    The month of February can be a bit of a challenge for gardeners in the Pacific Northwest. During this month we often have some of our coldest days, lots of…

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    Beautiful Berries for Winter Interest

    Winter walks are a great way to beat cabin fever and see plants from a different perspective. You might even discover something new while you’re on a walk! On a…

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    Camellias That Shine in Winter

    Even during the shortest days of winter, everyone loves to see beautiful blossoms. Evergreen camellia shrubs (Camellia spp. and cvs., Zones 6–10) are tough, long-lasting plants, and their beautiful winter-blooming…

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    Northwest: January Garden To-Do List

    Now that the beginning of the year is here and the days are getting longer, you’ll probably want to start getting outside to tackle a few chores in the garden…

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    Winter-Blooming Hellebores for the Northwest

    I took my own advice after shooting photos for my last regional report and spent some time walking around the Joseph A. Witt Winter Garden in the Washington Park Arboretum…

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    Extending the Gardening Season

    I was recently having coffee with a friend who isn’t a gardener, and he remarked how I must have tons of free time now that fall is almost over. With…