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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.

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    Beautiful Warm Season Grasses

    Ornamental grasses are a great addition to any type of garden. They can add an amazing amount of structure and layering that no garden should be without. They are also…

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    Designing a Hellstrip Garden, Part 2

    After reviewing the current state of my hellstrip, I’m happy with the progress that all the plants are making and with how many are thriving, self-seeding, and filling in the…

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    Northwest: August Garden To-Do List

    Feed. Fertilize roses (Rosa spp. and cvs., Zones 3–9), lilies (Lilium spp. and cvs., Zones 3–10), and dahlias (Dahlia spp. and cvs., Zones 8–11) to encourage continuous growth and blooms.…

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    Designing a Hell-Strip Garden, Part 1

    A few years ago I ran out of space in my home garden. I then faced a major dilemma. How do I gain more space? Do I sell my home?…

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    Ground Covers for Part Shade

    Many gardeners often forget the ground-cover layer in their gardens. Landscapes look better when ground covers are planted underneath trees and groupings of shrubs. Ground covers help to retain moisture…

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    Rock Roses Shine in Spring

    Midspring is an amazing time of year in the garden. There is so much energy, excitement, and over-the-top color. One of my favorite plant families for this season is Cistaceace,…

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    Northwest: July Garden To-Do List

    Make more irises. If you want to propagate your bearded irises (Iris spp. and cvs., Zones 3–9), now is the time to lift and divide them. Go for a second…

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    Colorful Perennials for a Dry Garden | Northwest Regional Report

    Late May into early June is a wonderful time in a Northwest garden. The coolness of the early spring days has given way to warmer daytime temperatures. The afternoons are…

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    Northwest: June Garden To-Do List

    Hydrate. Ensure that newly planted trees, shrubs, perennials, and annuals are getting adequate water. Attend to your annuals. Tidy up and feed annual hanging baskets. Remove spent flowers. Deadhead roses…

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    3 Great Ground Covers for Partial Shade | Northwest Regional Report

    How often do you see beautiful trees and shrubs swimming in a sea of mulch and think something is wrong? Many gardeners often forget their ground-cover layer. Landscapes are complete…