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  • Ashley Stone

    A serpentine pattern creates a charming heart shape, via Simple Garden Art. And now, back inside where it's warm; you've earned your tea.

  • Brooke Reed

    apple tree espalier- heart shape in middle

  • Hans Brand

    Simple is anything but simple.  Simple's (the artists name is simply, Simple) garden art is actually quite exciting.  My favorite is his collection of espaliered fruit trees.  I simple love the ecl...

  • Tara Dillard

    Tara Dillard: Espalier, fruit trees, fencing, Winter Garden :

  • Kimberly

    fencing ideas

  • Talmadge O'Neill

    Espaliered tree art

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