An espalier is a living fence created by training small trees into decorative patterns. Here's how to create an espalier in your own yard./

How to Build a Living Fence

How to Build a Living Fence An espalier is a living fence created by training small trees into decorative patterns. Here's how to create an espalier in your own yard.

How to Build a Living Fence...espallier for fruit trees

How to Build a Living Fence

An espalier is a living fence created by training small trees into decorative patterns. Here& how to create an espalier in your own yard.

Make your yard stand out from the rest with a unique and interesting landscape plan. Browse from our gallery of lawns, yards, patio and porches that utilize unique patios, garden gates, water features and garden beds that will give you a major boost in curb appeal.

No More Cookie Cutter Landscapes! How to Differentiate Your Yard

Make your yard stand out from the rest with a unique and interesting landscape plan. Browse from our gallery of lawns, yards, patio and porches that utilize unique patios, garden gates, water features and garden beds that will give you a major boost in cu

Line your driveway or entryway with an abundance of fresh white blooms and give your guests a gracious welcome into your home.

Garden in White… Spring white containers with bulbs. Beautiful and perfect for those with a smaller patio only garden

Fast growing, up to 6 feet a year, def need to get some of these for privacy in the back yard

Planting A Few Leyland Cypress Trees For Added Privacy

Grow a living fence by planting hedgerows that provide privacy, reduce sound pollution and protect against strong winds. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

Suburban Hedgerows: Grow a Living Fence - Organic Gardening

Grow a Living Fence Suburban hedgerows provide privacy, attract wildlife and prevent erosion. By Jeff Ball Illustration by Michael Otteman

"Still think apple trees need to be spaced 8-12 feet apart?  ...use small trees spaced close together...  Apples can be trained 18" apart on a fence or trellis like a grape vine, planted 2' apart in a hedgerow, or planted 4-to-a-hole, 18" apart. These apple trees can be kept any size by utilizing summer pruning, no matter what rootstock they have.

Apples can be trained apart on a fence or trellis like a grape vine, planted apart in a hedgerow, or planted apart. These apple trees can be kept any size by utilizing summer pruning, no matter what rootstock they have.

Pear Espalier Trees creating a fence

Pear Espalier Trees creating a fence. If Annie isn't allergic to pears, we may need to try this someday!

Love this idea for multiple reasons :  - Equisetum grows so quickly and make even the newest newbie of a gardener feel accomplished an...

Love my horsetail reeds. Idea for divider in front to hide view of neighbors junk - Equisetum Horsetail Plants. plant in containers to control spread in groups by front fence

fence line planting ideas by annabelle

English Cottage Garden Snapdragons, lilies, cosmos, hydrangeas, and other great flowers for cutting will add season-long color to your front yard. Garden size: 6 by 22 feet

We are always here to give you some amazing ideas to decorate your interiors and yards. For today, I have a collection of 30+ DIY Trellis Ideas for Your

On a backyard patio, a planter box with a trellis is an accessible setup for training an espaliered tree. Simply tie the plant's branches directly to the wood slats as they grow and spread, using jute twine or some other soft, flexible type of plant tie.

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