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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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We'd love to try and train a fruit tree to grow along one of our back fences like this.

Front yard between our two bushes against house. Love this idea!

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

Still puzzled at why I'm into this whole espalier tree thing, but I'm going with it. Love the wall.

  • Megan Edmunds

    I might end up pinning your whole board, if you have an espalier board...thanks for collecting these!

Traditionally espalier was exclusive to fruit trees, but now a variety of trees are being trained to branch horizontally, offering new design possibilities, particularly in small spaces. Plant crabapples inches from an exterior wall to soften a space and add spring color

Landscape tree design

Espalier Fruit Trees for our orchard. Espalier = the horticultural and ancient agricultural practice of controlling woody plant growth originally for the production of fruit,by pruning and tying branches to a frame so that they grow into a flat plane, frequently in formal patterns, against a structure such as a wall, fence, or trellis.

so pretty. My fence should be done for this fall, I think something like this may be in order! # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Espaliering Fruit Trees creates a beautiful garden screen to enclose an outdoor room or shield neighbors' prying eyes.

  • Angela Hagood

    Wish I could do this. First saw this method in a Martha Stewart gardening book. Maybe someday.

  • Cornell Farm

    Cornell Farm has Apple Espaliers ready to go. All you have to do is dig the hole!

espalier in RHS garden in Devon - Rosemoor