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Dan Benarcik – Five design principles for seasonal planting at Chanticleer’

Dan Benarcik – Five design principles for seasonal planting at Chanticleer’

Dan Benarcik has spent the last 28 years creating and implementing seasonal displays within courtyard gardens at Chanticleer. His focus has long been using tropical and non hardy plants with a strong emphasis on dynamic design, creative container combinations and innovative display. He believes that “we each have uniquely different approaches to design and aesthetics within our gardens. Each of us having a set of fundamental principals that form the basis of our creative personality. I would like to share with five principals of design within the garden at Chanticleer that I rely on. To some this may be reinforcement, others perhaps an insight to something yet unrealized. However to those that are stalled or afraid to take the first steps, I offer these as tools to move forward and develop confidence in your own aesthetic”.

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