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  • Kady Wilder

    espalier fruit trees as privacy fence

  • Sophia G

    Espalier apple trees into lattice, but as a screen (usually pinned to a wall). space saver. same amount of fruit as a full round tree in 6-8 inches of depth

  • Caleb Liston

    Properly espaliered fruit trees as a privacy screen.

  • JSP

    Strange Facts: Espalier: Tree Art

  • Terri Mobley

    In March this year, Garden and Gun published an article entitled Citrus as Garden Art by Haskell Harris. She recommended the Alabama mail order company Tasteful Garden for ordering fruit trees and for those of us that would like a little head start, professionally trained espalier specimens, from River Road Farms in Middle Tennessee. I would like to visit River Road Farms in person some day as the entrance to the 340 acre farm is lined with 23 matching 'Bradford' pear trees, espaliered into an i

  • Jennifer Yilmaz

    Belgian style espaliered fruit trees

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Espalier - awesome design and functional - just got an idea for the fruit trees I have no room for :)

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I want to do this on our back fence. there is a huge white plastic fantastic privacy fence and I hate it. Must have green...

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Espalier. Eat your apples right through your windows.