23,431 pleached trees Outdoor Design Photos

David Harber
Armillary Sphere
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Pleaching or espalier trees on back fence?.
Pleaching. Pleaching is a method of growing trees, usually in a straight line
Pleaching. Pleaching is a method of growing
Pleaching. Pleaching is a method of growing trees, usually in a straight line, with the branches of the trees tied together and clipped
of growing fruit trees against walls, except that neighboring espaliered trees do not connect and grow into each other. And pleached tree foliage tends to
garden designers call them.It takes a lot of work to train and maintain pleached trees, although today they are more widely available as already trained specimens
a comeback as gardeners and garden designers utilize the ability of pleached trees to create privacy and block wind and sound while creating a wildlife
green fence idea and small trees
“Globe” — Sharon Emery
Rosangela Photography
Country Side High End Garden
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Not all trees are suitable for pleaching, but linden (Tilia x europaea), beech (Fagus sylvatica)
Not all trees are suitable for pleaching, but linden
single line of pleached trees is perhaps the most common use of this form of trained tree. Planting a square of interlocked pleached trees in the center
commonly pleached species. Pleached trees tend to be deciduous, though the evergreen oak (Quercus ilex) has been successfully pleached. The pleached apple
commonly pleached species. Pleached trees tend to be deciduous, though the evergreen oak (Quercus ilex) has been successfully pleached. The pleached apple
Not all trees are suitable for pleaching, but linden (Tilia x europaea), beech (Fagus sylvatica), hornbeam (Carpinus betulus) and fruit trees, such as
“Pleaching. Pleaching is a method of growing trees, usually in a straight line, with the branches of” — Jedidiah Hall
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Sitting area
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How old are the Espalier trees?Just a guess for how long we'd have to wait to get a similar result. Thanks
Screening neighboring properties with a single line of pleached trees is perhaps the
trained tree. Planting a square of interlocked pleached trees in the center of the garden is a creative way to adapt this technique.
single line of pleached trees is perhaps the most common use of this form of trained tree. Planting a square of interlocked pleached trees in the center
single line of pleached trees is perhaps the most common use of this form of trained tree. Planting a square of interlocked pleached trees in the center
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 espaliered plant
“Espaliers” — Sopheap Lo
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by Nathan Burkett Landscape Architects, photography by Urban Angles. The trees at the back are ficus Hillii and the Bamboo is slender weaver clumping bamboo
Love the back tree hedge. What kind of tree is it?
What type of tree are the ones along the back wall???
Are the Ficus trees at the back fence deciduious? Thank you
Will these trees survive coastal conditions
zone 8b/9? I live in a NW Houston, TX suburb. I am looking for privacy hedge/tree that will grow at least 8 to 9 feet, over a 6 foot fence, in the rear of
need to speak to a Landscaper or Landscape Architect regarding suitable trees for your area
8. Use pleached trees or tall, thin plants Pleached trees (where the foliage is trimmed to form a hedge) are ideal for small gardens as they let in light
What is the name of the trees please?
“Pisos para el patio” — rguerrerok
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Contemporary
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Great space...What are the trees you have shaped and approximately how old are they?
greenery on the fence behind trees & how grown?
love the trees. where can I get them from? what is it called?
love the way these trees are pruned. Wha are they?
what greenery is behind the tree? Do they have this tree in the state?
Pleached Hornbeam trees with low box hedge behind
What kind of trees are these?...Wicked trees and outdoor dining area
“The wood” — may_achour
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
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Topiary & Clipped Planting In the Garden
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what is the name of the trees, are they frost resistant and are they ever green? many thanks
surroundings when planting & trees, other specimen plants. I also will ofetn mock-up once I know what box plants I will use.
square meter. Each situation will vary when underplanting depending upon the tree root size. And in each garden I may treat it differently . As here one would
would have to clear whatever your root size is & evn the smae size tree can have a differing root dimension. These were planted as bareroot yet they were
Trees in a hedge. A neat row of pleached trees interplanted with boxwood
multiple trees are planted as a feature, as with these Photinia x fraseri ‘Red Robin’ examples.
What kind of trees are they?
“Black fence” — Home Staging Toowoomba
Modern Pool
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Use pleached trees for screeningTrees can become strong architectural elements in the formal garden through pleaching (removing foliage from the lower
lower part of tree trunks and trimming the upper leaves into a rectangular block) as shown in this Toorak, Melbourne, garden. Pleaching trees stops them growing
“pile 2” — Tomas Pereira
DDB Design Development & Building
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In landscape bed what are those trees….greatly appreciate…thank you
they broke it up with a section of square lattice panels with a row of pleached trees in front. This softened the hard materials and provided a living focal
they broke it up with a section of square lattice panels with a row of pleached trees in front. This softened the hard materials and provided a living focal
“Lights” — zlatko0510
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