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How Do I Espalier Roses?

by Roz Calvert
The most difficult part of creating a rose espalier is being patient while it grows. Progress is slow, but the finished project can be stunning. The practice is a good choice for gardens where space is limited and you have a blank wall and good sun. An espaliered rose needs regular, but not excessiv...

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