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How to espalier fruit trees
Winter is a good time to start an espaliered fruit tree. However, some trees adapt better to espalier than others. Apples and pears are traditionally used, as their branches are flexible and they fruit repeatedly on the same spurs. A small number of apple and pear cultivars are tip-bearing, but spur-bearing varieties are best for espaliering. Quinces, olives, almonds, crabapples and figs can also be trained. Tamarillos, although not typically used in espaliers, can be cut low and trained…
Spice Your Backyard - Espalier - Quiet Corner
Espalier is the term used to describe the process of training trees, shrubs, and woody vines against a flat surface, such as a wall. You can also train them
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READER PHOTOS! Andrea's espalier in Idaho - FineGardening
Today's photos are from Andrea Niederer near Boise, Idaho. Andrea says, "I live in the Intermountain West, near Boise, Idaho, in USDA Hardiness Zone 6. We have lots of sun and cool nights so...