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May 30, 2014 - Stephanie Brown
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Espalier is a beautiful and functional way to grow fruit trees. In our latest video, Tricia talks about the techniques needed to prune and train an espalier. Espaliered trees and plants may be time intensive to maintain but they repay you in high fruit production in a very small space. If you’re considering adding an espalier to your garden, the first step is planning. Choose a shape you find beautiful and appropriate for the space you’re filling. This type of tree training may date back…
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elaina Says:
May 31st, 2014 at 10:32 am

Thanks for the great espalier video and gallery!  I am wondering about invasive roots.  I have a perfect, south-facing wall on my garage.  Would love to do apple or fig as recommended, but am concerned about the cement foundation of the garage, and the driveway on the other side of the planting bed.  Could also do peach or pomegranate if those root systems are less invasive.  Thanks!

Stephanie Brown Says:
Jun 2nd, 2014 at 9:56 am

Hello Elaina,

The roots won’t be a problem. You can often see espalier trees in Europe that are hundreds of years old and so far have not compromised the walls or castles they are planted against. Plant without fear!

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