Learn the art of espalier—growing trees or shrubs in two dimensions. It's a time-honored fix for the space-challenged garden. | Photo: Lynn Keddie/GAP Photos | thisoldhouse.com
By cutting willow branches and planting them, you can form them into structures and they keep on living!
The ultimate treehouse... I would love to have some espaliered trees on the property
"Espalier is a horticultural technique of pruning and grafting used together to train trees to create two-dimensional forms with the branches. This technique was originally developed during the Middle Ages as a way to grow fruit trees within castle walls, without taking up space needed for other activities, and to add decoration to the walls."
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I love this Mini Orchard Collection! Great space saver. Ballerina Apple Trees.
Shape fruit trees with bottles of water.
chart of espalier shapes - Espalier Services via Atticmag (trees grown against walls)