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The espaliered apple fence has become a dense wall of leaves, hiding a multitude of ripening fruit. The multi-stem trees in the back ground are River Birch
These are espaliered apple trees around the garden.
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
“apple tree as encloure” — jjmkitchen
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sometime ago. The four trees in the knott garden are Malus sargentini (crab apples) The trees behind are European hornbeams. Love the shape of these, but
love the tree malus sargentini (crab apples)
knott garden are Malus sargentini (crab apples)
symmetrical plantings, such as clipped hedge forms or a set of flowering crab apple trees placed in all four quadrants around a central element. This design
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Espaliered apple trees were used as a living fence for this garden space. The raised planting beds are built of cedar planking for extra height in the
Love "apple tree" fencing around the garden space.
Espaliered Apple trees to divide wall garden from hill
Apple trees espalier on fence raised garden beds
“Love the Espaliered trees and the raised beds right up to the stone path” — Katherine Fritchie
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The perimeter trees are Fuji Apples. The beds are 10'x 4' and 20" tall using Cypress.
espaliered apples form a fence around this vegetable garden
Fuji apple espallia, beds are 10x4 by 20" high
apple espelliared...Gigi apples boarders
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which provides more stability underfoot. These pads surround all the old apple trees on the property. The blossoms are magnificent in spring.
which provides more stability underfoot. These pads surround all the old apple trees on the property. The blossoms are magnificent in spring.
very interesting, love a apple orchard
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to get the grapes to grow that high? It was mentioned that you can train apples ect to also cover the top. How is this done? We are wanting to grow edible
trained to grow overhead. Although slower than vines, lemon, lime, fig, apple and pear — to name just a few — are great choices to cover an arbor or a
trained to grow overhead. Although slower than vines, lemon, lime, fig, apple and pear — to name just a few — are great choices to cover an arbor or a
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always stops traffic when in full bloom in the spring. Flowers open a great apple green then turn pure white. There is a second, less showy fall bloom as well
Chinese snowball. Can reach 20' in height in less than 10 yrs. Flowers open apple green then turn pure white. Second, less showy bloom in fall. Prune like
always stops traffic when in full bloom in the spring. Flowers open a great apple green then turn pure white. There is a second, less showy fall bloom as well
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Main terrace Apple tree allee gravel path with boxwood hedges, leading toward a Fig tree
"Main terrace Apple tree allee gravel path with boxwood hedges, leading toward a Fig tree." The tree at front right is Washington Hawthorn, Crataegus
path between apples
“"Main terrace Apple tree allee gravel path with boxwood hedges, leading toward a Fig tree." The tre” — jenniferruth
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