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Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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Espalier fruit tree - note uplight at the base of the tree.
espalier fruit tree against side yard walls
making the fruit incredibly easy to pick.
AAJ--great way to grow fruit in smaller spaces
Just love the idea of fruit growing along a wall.
the fruit incredibly easy to pick.
A surprising number of fruit trees can be espaliered. Apples are most commonly treated this way, but the technique
tree for fruit if there is room
Espaliered fruit trees along south-facing fence.
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
“apple espaliers along back iron fence” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Featured in Gentry magazine - modern kitchen renovation in Los Gatos, CA
Ideabooks11,080
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like the fruit baskets on the ends. Would something like this work inside the pantry????
dumb i know. but i kinda like the baskets for potatoes / onions / fruit... [steve]
Fruit basket attached to island
Love that fruit/veggie stand
top with fruit baskets
Place/holder for fruit
grocer, fruits and vegetables should be accessible. If you have children, install low-hanging bins.
The fruit thing...fruit baskets...Fruit storage...Fruit & Veg baskets...The fruit rack...fruit basket...Tray for fruits...Steel fruit tray...fruit basket
“Accessibility, clean lines, coloration” — mhtr792
Michelle Rees
Rose Garden Romantic Home
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Fruite stand for kids room stuff?
Bathroom toiletry storage- tiered fruit basket
A tiered fruit basket in the bathroom? That’s
A tiered fruit basket in the bathroom? That’s bananas! Or is it? The height lets you maximize your sink space and keeps toiletries within reach.
tiered fruit basket used in bathroom to store toiletries, use for scarves in bedroom/closet
tiered fruit basket in bathroom or bedroom
A tiered fruit basket in the bathroom? That’s bananas! Or is it? The height lets
An unconventional storage solution -- using a fruit basket in the bathroom!
tiered fruit basket in the bathroom? That’s bananas! Or is it? The height lets you maximize your sink space and keeps toiletries within reach.
“Br decorate ideas” — Martha Ward
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Kathy Campbell
Patrick Square Beaufort Model
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i need very big vase for fruit where i can get one pls
citris & winter fruits in a large vase. would be nice with only citris or only gourds/squash. could do tropical fruits together.
glass vase filled with citrus and fall fruit
Love the large canvas prints of fruit!
and fall fruit is a nice alternative to a flower arrangement. It's colorful, but it lasts longer, and you can eat it.
and fall fruit is a nice alternative to a flower arrangement. It's colorful, but it lasts longer, and you can eat it.
“family room colors” — timandkathd
Dear Lillie
Kitchen
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keep fruits and veggies easy to access / cute
Cute. Puts fresh fruit and herbs right within view & reach.
Hanging fruit basket. Better up higher, above the counter.
filled with fruits that are easy to grab and eat on the go is ideal for busy families,” Tramontin says. And a delicious-looking fruit or vegetable is a better advertisement for itself to a snack seeker than someone nagging him or her to eat it.“Many fruits keep well at room temperature too, like apples, pears
sweetest fruit won’t tempt anyone if no one knows where it is.“Any countertop space will work,” Hedstrom says, “but the optimal place for such an arrangement might be on an island or command-center area where the family keeps its technology and calendars. If that’s not an option, go with the counter closest
“keep fruits and veggies easy to access / cute” — caryhargrove
Persimmon Tree
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these fruit trees for your garden. They’re not too tall, usually reaching about 30 feet in height and spread, and can be espaliered to take up less room. Their light green leaves turn yellow and red in fall even in warmer climates. And after the leaves drop, you’ll still have the fruit as a garden accent
will set fruit without a second tree, but the fruit will be tastier if you have a pollenizer nearby. Check before you buy. Also, while there are some dwarf persimmon varieties, you can easily prune standard trees to keep them in bounds. farmhouse by Girasole Sonoma Girasole Sonoma Save to Ideabook Email
orange fruits well into winter. California nature/Zen poet Gary Snyder describes the magic of persimmons and the fruit’s "sweet orange goop” in “Mu Ch’i’s Persimmons”. The tree is dependable, medium size and perfectly suited to California gardens. It needs little care compared with most other fruit trees
“Persimmon” — Kristina Garner
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Orchard
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idea for managing the drip line around the fruit trees
using stone in backyard and combining with mulch, nice idea for some fruit trees
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.
“Garden” — rachiegrum
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
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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.
“POTTED CITRUS” — neljones
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