how-to espalier fruit trees

Apples in the back yard along fence. How to Espalier Fruit Trees . one of the easiest ways to include fruit trees in a small space garden and maximise your yield. Fruit grows on horizontal branches, leaves grow on verticals!

13 Attractive Ways To Add Privacy To Your Yard & Deck (With lots of pictures and resources)

13 Attractive Ways To Add Privacy To Your Yard & Deck (With Pictures)

13 Attractive Ways To Add Privacy To Your Yard & Deck Hedge walls to extend the height of a fence

Trees for small gardens: Fagus sylvatica Atropurpurea Group, copper beech, is a large tree, but it can be pleached to provide a screen. Tie in young stems to form a framework, then trim annually. Photo by Sarah Cuttle.

Trees for small gardens: Fagus sylvatica Atropurpurea Group, copper beech (pyökki), is a large tree, but it can be pleached to provide a screen. Tie in young stems to form a framework, then trim annually. Photo by Sarah Cuttle.

espalier trees

trees - English garden by Luciano Giubbielei with horizontal espalier trees - via Atticmag

Espalier trees

Espaliered apple trees ornament the garage wall. An inviting garden bench faces the armillary sundial. - Traditional Home ® / Photo: Matthew Benson

Garden composition - Love the stone path and the pleached trees (Hornbeams perhaps? By Arne Maynard, Chelsea Flower Show 2012

Beautiful stilted Hornbeam hedge Carpinus betulus pleach.

In the front garden for privacy? Nice orange leaves in winter (stilted Hornbeam hedge Carpinus betulus pleach)

Espalliers

Contemporary Slatted Panels - Slatted Fence Panels - Essex UK, The Garden Trellis Company


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