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Jane Berger's long career in journalism has included assignments at the White House, London, Pentagon, New York, and the Supreme Court as an on-air radio correspondent for the Voice of America. Subsequently, Jane graduated from the landscape design program at DC's George Washington University and is certified as a landscape designer by APLD, the Association of Professional Landscape Designers. She has published many articles on landscape design and horticulture for the following publications: The Associated Press, Landscape Architecture Magazine, Home & Design Magazine, The American Gardener, American Style.
The American Gardener, Jan-Feb 2011, "New Plants for 2011."
Landscape Architecture, Dec 2010, "Ordinary to Extraordinary: If landscape architects want recognition for their projects, they need great -- not good, not okay, not sufficient -- photography."
Landscape Architecture, July 2009, "Origami Landscape," [Terrain-NYC Inc. Landscape Architects]
Landscape Architecture, November 2008. "Abstracting the Pastoral Landscape: Landscape architects help a Manhattan couple outfit their weekend getaway"" [Stephen Stimson Associates Landscape Architects]
Landscape Architecture, July 2008. Rural Restoration: A summer place on Martha's Vineyard respects the landscape of a former farm [Horiuchi Solien Inc Landscape Architects]
Home & Design, May-June 2008. Romantic Retreat: Scott Brinitzer designs a lush garden oasis in Delaware.
Waterfront Home & Design, Summer 2007. Lush Life: A tropical garden in the Florida Keys [by landscape architect Raymond Jungles] revels in native plantings.
Waterfront Home & Design, Fall 2005. Beach Blooms: Behind a dune on Rehoboth Beach, a suite of outdoor rooms allows a gardener's talents to blossom. [Mario Nievera landscape architect]
American Style, Summer 2003. A Garden View: Outside and in, this Baltimore couple has made a space where art objects feel right at home. [Wolfgang Oehme, landscape architect]
American Gardener, Nov-Dec 2002. The Cloistered Garden: Newly renovated, the Franciscan Monastery Garden is one of Washington D.C's best-kept secrets.