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David Mattern – Blurring the Boundaries, Creating inspiring spaces in the ornamental garden and vegetable garden

David Mattern – Blurring the Boundaries, Creating inspiring spaces in the ornamental garden and vegetable garden

Sometimes we dissociate vegetable gardens from ornamental gardens. David Mattern is a gardener at Chanticleer Garden responsible for seasonal bed and container displays using tropical, annual, and perennial combinations throughout the Chanticleer house terraces. He also cares for the vegetable garden with the goal of it being educational, aesthetic, and above all productive. Here, David provides an example of how he likes to “blur the lines” between these two worlds, sharing his approach to technique, style and plant design in these two dynamic spaces.

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