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Andrew Renn
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Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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Better use of fence space for fruit trees!
Trained tree for side by garage
Espalier fruit tree - note uplight at the base of the tree.
espalier fruit tree against side yard walls
Espalier tree for fruit if there is room
Espalier apple tree for side fence
Espaliered fruit trees along south-facing fence.
making the fruit incredibly easy to pick.
the fruit incredibly easy to pick.
An espaliered plant benefits from the radiant heat of a wall it grows against, which can be great for fruit. This is an espaliered apple tree.
Fruit trees and grapevines can be pruned now as well. Make good use of wall surfaces or trellises in small gardens by
number of fruit trees can be espaliered. Apples are most commonly treated this way, but the technique works for peaches, nectarines, pears, plums and even cherries. It's more work than standard pruning, but you'll kill two birds with one stone: softening the surface of a long, unbroken wall and making the
“apple espaliers along back iron fence” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Orchard
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I am wondering about the one on the right with fruit in particular.
idea for managing the drip line around the fruit trees
fruit tree for shade, mulched, and centered-ish
Spray fruit trees. None of our fruit trees are native to our areas, so they need a little extra care right now and will benefit from a spray schedule to prevent diseases. Apple, peach, pear, apricot and plum trees need to be sprayed regularly. There are different sprays to be applied at various times
spray your fruit trees to keep them healthy.
of the tree will sit just above the soil line. Scruff up the sides of the hole to encourage roots to spread. Set the tree in place, spreading the roots out around the cone, and fill with soil.For container-grown plants, dig a planting hole as deep as the root ball and twice as wide, then create a small
“Garden” — rachiegrum
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
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Just wondering in the beautiful citrus tree in the pots are dwarf lemon trees?
Love the large potted lemon trees with geraniums. Awesome!
like the big pots for trees
olive tree could grow sage on the ground
citrus trees! in pots! it doesn't matter how icky our soil is for these.
would love to grow fruit trees, even dwarf trees
flowers at base of fruit trees
other fruit trees, can be grown in pots, which gives you plenty of flexibility when it comes to deciding where to place them. Ask for dwarf varieties at your local nursery and look for a deep container at least 18 inches in diameter.
citrus trees are more than just a garden feature; they're an integral part of the design — the terra-cotta pots reflect the tiles edging the paving. Finding an appropriate container and the right plants for the space is vital.It can be tempting to fill spaces with many small planters and pots, filled
“POTTED CITRUS” — neljones
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Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Vegetable Gardens
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ripening fruit. The multi-stem trees in the back ground are River Birch (Betula nigra 'Heritage'). Photo by Rob Cardillo
apple trees for a surround, kitchen garden...
espaliered fruit tree in a kitchen garden?
4. Living fences. What could be lovelier than an espaliered fruit tree in a kitchen garden? Apple trees make a low living fence in this potager. Pear trees are also commonly
Lo e how the espaliered apple trees surround the kitchen garden. I would need to fence off the whole thing, to keep the deer away.
Living fences. What could be lovelier than an espaliered fruit tree in a kitchen
espaliered fruit tree in a kitchen garden? Apple trees make a low living fence in this potager. Pear trees are also commonly espaliered (although apple trees are reportedly easier to train). In warm climates citrus, figs and olives can be trained into informal patterns.
“GARDEN” — brent8
Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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apple trees trained along this trellis and home in this rear garden.
good idea for an apple tree?
fruit tree- wonder if I can do this to my trees now.
How to Caring for an Apple Tree Watering: Water trees thoroughly and deeply
Train citrus trees on a trellace so it doesn't take over small yard.
espalier apple tree trained along trellis
ering fruit trees is an old-world tradition that is making a comeback. Not only does it keep the trees in bounds (a large apple tree can overpower a small yard), but it shows off the blossoms, leaves and fruit.
How to Caring for an Apple TreeWatering: Water trees thoroughly and deeply, keeping the
until the trees mature. If the tree is growing about 6 inches a year, though, there’s no need to fertilize. Also, cut back on nitrogen if the tree is producing lots of leaves but minimal fruit.Thinning: Apple trees do drop some fruit in June, but you’ll probably need to thin branches to about 8 inches or
“Trained apple tree” — orlamom
HUISSTYLING
Sitting area
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Espalier trees?Just a guess for how long we'd have to wait to get a similar result. Thanks
fruit tree espalier along east side of back yard? Or, free standing structure, within the back patio/terrace
Apple, pear, fig and other fruit can be successfully grown on a trellis.
other fruit trees are easily espaliered (trained to grow flat against a wall, a trellis or an arrangement of stakes). This espalier provides screening and fresh fruit. Tip: Want more kinds of fruit than you've got space for trees? Select "fruit salad" trees with multiple varieties grafted onto a single
My brother is growing/training a row of citrus trees along a trellis to create a screen between him and his neighbor
These trees produce fruit. They are trained to grow this way.
“Small space? Espalier and graft. Apple, pear, fig and other fruit trees are easily espaliered (train” — Gretchen Lopez
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Irvine Contemporary Asian
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type of fruit trees are grown in the pots/ they seem to be different types of trees. also what flowers are at the base of the trees?
type of fruit trees are they in the large pots? newreno
Love the hard scape then wood gate citrus trees would be cool
Entry lined with lemon or other citrus trees
I like the way this fruit garden makes
citrus fruits generally have a lower heat requirement than sweet citrus fruits. So if you're concerned about finding a place in your yard that will be warm or sunny enough, try gearing towards a tree that will produce a more acidic fruit.
“Moms back yard” — indrame
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
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Santa Cruz Residence
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porch; fruit trees, grapes, olives, citrus, and queen palms Photo: Kathleen Shaeffer
What type of lemon tree is this?
these trees pruned a certain way to get the shape?
the spacing of trees and the light
plenty of fruit that can stay on the tree for some time.
Narrow planting backed by fence with fruit trees.
Love how the lemon trees frame the view.
lemon trees along wall with mixed
plenty of fruit that can stay on the tree for some time
privacy wall landscaped with fruit trees
lemon trees along the wall frame the view
What is this pruning technique for citrus trees?
nice shape of trees to line driveway
plenty of fruit that can stay on the tree for some time.
“Lemon trees” — 2binspired
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