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NW Bloom - Ecological Landscapes & Permaculture Design
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NW Bloom owner, Jessi is featured in The Seattle Times this weekend!
Jessi Bloom is a model of self-sufficiency, following her own path to permaculture success. And her lectures transcend gardening, taking on a contemporary ecologic ethos.
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Be sure to check out this Modern Homesteading episode on PBS's Growing a Greener World! 
This week we were excited to watch a new episode on PBS's “Growing a Greener World” about Modern Homesteading. NW Bloom owner Jessi Bloom is one of two women featured talking about the work of raising eco-conscious families. Be sure to check out the interview below where Jessi talks about living ...
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We're now in Woodinville WA! And after moving, we are having a big plant sale! Get your perennial edibles and other permaculture all star plants!
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We're headed to the +MOTHER EARTH NEWS Fair this weekend! Jessi will be teaching 3 seminars, signing books and the booth will have edible plants for sale!
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New article in Leaf Magazine by Jessi on her favorite edible plants!
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New construction edible landscape "Harvest House"
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Our latest project this winter - phase 3 of 5!
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Check out Jessi's new permaculture book! It was just released:
Early in 2012, Jessi started collaborating and working on this book with co-author Dave Boehnlien, Education Director at the Bullock Permaculture Homestead and founder of Terra Phoenix Design as well as the incredibly talented illustrator Paul Kearsley of Homestead Habitats to create this baby!
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Spent the morning visiting a garden we built 2 years ago in Kirkland. This is what the giant raingarden looks like in the middle of winter! 
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"Jessica and her husband are wonderful."
"We highly recommend NW Bloom to everyone that wants something special."
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Eleanor Heyrich
4 months ago
Everyone is excited about their new landscape when it first goes in, but here's a review from someone who has lived with their NW Bloom garden for over five years! I engaged NW Bloom to totally overhaul my entire yard- front and back. Working with Jessi was: 1) so much fun and 2) such an incredible educational journey. She listened to what I wanted-- and when I didn't know what I wanted it was like she just intuited it. The design she came up with took everything -and everyone in our family- into consideration. The NW Bloom crew was fantastic about install. They went above and beyond at every turn. My garden turned out so well that it was featured in the Seattle Times Sunday magazine for the unique way the garden handles stormwater and of course because it was (and is!) simply beautiful. It has been a joy to tend to my low maintenance garden over the past five years. Each season brings new surprises that I forgot about from the year before and it has matured into such a lush space. I keep in touch with them and they continue to give me the service and guidance that is so hard to find these days. I can't thank NW Bloom enough for having the vision, the experience, the professionalism, and the forethought to know just how to create lasting beauty in my little corner of Ballard.
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Molly Haines
11 months ago
Jessica and her husband are wonderful. Love the edible garden!
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Katie Merrell
4 months ago
After hemming and hawing for years, in 2010, NW Bloom worked with us over several appointments to focus on choices for the garden of our dreams. We wanted a colorful, sustainable, edible landscape, and No. More. Grass. Removing the lawn opened up an entirely luscious new world for everything else on our small lot in West Seattle. Jessi Bloom carefully prepared a conceptual design for us based on a customized questionnaire that made us feel engaged in the creative process - it helped us realize what's possible. We learned the value of up-cycling our crusty old concrete patio after we demolished it into usable "urbanite" hunks for a customized gabion basket bar and benches for entertaining. The old patio was supplanted with beautiful paver circles that are edged with a carpet of green ground-covers. Several of our downspouts are now directed to four rain-gardens (my favorite is the heart-shaped one!) to infiltrate storm-water and are planted with a variety of vegetation to thrive in varying conditions. A few years ago, our neighborhood community center held a Seattle Rain Wise event and our house was on the tour to showcase the value of rain-gardens and rain water harvesting (yay, rain barrels!). Jessi educated us in the principles of permaculture, chicken farming, additional hardscaping, and water features that we hope to employ at some point. We are still in touch with Jessi and she helps us with plant identification and other advice to this day - she is a joy to work with. We highly recommend NW Bloom to everyone that wants something special.
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