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Jane Berger is a professional landscape designer and writer based in Washington D.C. A former news journalist in London, New York, at the White House and the Pentagon, she now designs gardens, writes on occasion for Landscape Architecture, The American Gardener, Home & Design and others, and is Communications Chair for the Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD). She's been blogging about landscape design and horticulture since 2005 at Garden Design Online. Follow her on Twitter @gdndesignonline.
10 Best Garden Design Blogs
The connection of art, ecology and architecture to natural and man-made landscapes by designer Christian Barnard in British Columbia.
Landscape designers from the Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD) discuss all aspects of garden design.
Photo illustrations of great design concepts by landscape designer and photographer Melissa Clark, APLD, of Bethesda, Maryland.
Everything landscape design from all over the world: photos, events, people, places, interviews, forums, chats.
A dialogue on urban agriculture, ecological planning, living walls, green roofs and more by landscape architect Jason King of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), in Portland, Oregon.
The creative process in landscape design through the eyes of New Jersey designer Susan Cohan, APLD.
News, commentary, conversation on all things landscape architecture and environmental planning by associate professor David Tulloch of ASLA, at Rutgers in New Jersey.
California author Debra Prinzing’s take on garden ornament, plants and more.
Gardens up in the air by green roof design consultant Linda Velazquez in Alpharetta, Georgia.
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