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  • Teresa Carroll

    A fruit tree resembles a Menorah. From the University of British Columbia Botanical Garden's archives, via The Lovely Plants.

  • Alisha Culver

    Espalier is art of pruning and training trees or shrubs usually against a wall or trellis to form symmetrical and flat geometric shapes. Training trees into flat, two-dimensional shapes has more value than just decoration of walls and gardens. Espaliered trees are perfect for lawn and gardens with limited space. When grown against walls, they reflect sunlight and protect the wall from heat waves.

  • Medusa Inlove

    espalier fruit trees - Google Search

  • Nina G.

    Apple trees as hedging. From Tankar från Trädgårdsmästarn

  • kathleen

    peach and cherry trees - along the south and west sides of the house

  • Sabrina Delutiis

    Fruit Tree Design

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