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walled espalier. I think someday I'd like to plant some trees to create a living fence.

espalier. The Park Forest Mall used to have espalier-ed pear and apple trees in their heyday. So sad it's gone now.

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

Espalier = a French tecnique of growing a tree on a horizontal plane. I want to learn this! From Small-Space Landscape Slide-show by BHG.com

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

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Espalier If the Creeper is gone, put this one the side of the house. Very pretty and visually interesting.

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