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Espalier & Fan-trained fruit trees

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6 minutes ago, sandspider said:

I've had good service, plants and advice from Adam's Apples - http://www.talatonplants.co.uk/

The man seems to know his stuff.

Never knew nectarines could grow in this country.  I wonder if they are any good



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3 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:

So I guess if I just go to any garden centre it will be hit and miss if I actually get dwarf rootstock or not(not familiar with this)

Isn't this  @Pinkfoot's field? What's happened to him



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On 29/08/2018 at 15:32, openspaceman said:

Isn't this  @Pinkfoot's field? What's happened to him



I have resurfaced .

Had problems with getting on here , I only have a mobile and it played up for a while.

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Up against a wall to trap heat can add a zone or two in that microclimate.


Pleaching refers to 2- or 3-dimensional (and often involves branches grafting); espaliering is 2; both defined as types of topiary, in some texts.

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