The art of espalier is to train a plant along a frame or wires, often on a flat surface, fence, or specially built framework. Espalier can be achieved with many designs from triangular, weblike, or the more common horizontal lines.
There are many different reasons to espalier a tree or shrub. Often seen in small courtyards, formal gardens, or old English gardens are espalier camellia sasanqua and pears, decorating an otherwise drab or dull wall. Camelia espalier looks magnificent when the plant is in flower as Camellia are profuse bloomers, covering the wall in colour. If you want to add the Espalier Camelia to your garden, explore the range that we have at Hello Hello Plants & Garden Supplies. We also have the fast-growing Camellia Sasanqua Espalier.
In small, edible gardens where there is little space or airflow, espaliered fruits such as lemon espalier or apples and pears make it easy to access the fruit, support for the fruit-laden branches, and airflow preventing pest and disease.
We have many ready-to-go espaliered plants available online for pots and gardens, so check out our range today.
Espalier Citrus Trees for Sale
At our store, we have a wide variety of espalier trees for sale to add to your home garden. You can check out the Camellia Espalier or check out the other options.
We have many ready to go espaliered plants available online for pots and gardens, so check out our range today.