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Working in Clark County: Jamie Smith, owner of Jamie’s Dahlias

By , Columbian Staff writer, news assistant
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Jamie Smith of Jamie's Dahlias cuts flowers for arrangements each morning before the farm opens up to the public. She grew up in Portland and taught in Oregon City, Ore., before moving to Washougal. She left the teaching profession to pursue the dahlia business.
Jamie Smith of Jamie's Dahlias cuts flowers for arrangements each morning before the farm opens up to the public. She grew up in Portland and taught in Oregon City, Ore., before moving to Washougal. She left the teaching profession to pursue the dahlia business. (Photos by amanda cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

All it took for Jamie Smith was a bouquet of dahlias on a blind date in 2014.

It was love at first sight, she said, not just with her now husband, Kerry Smith, but also the dahlias.

Seven years later, the couple has three children on their 7-acre swath of land in Washougal.

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Columbian Staff writer, news assistant