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came across tghis great artical on fruit walls
http://www.lowtechmagazine.com/2015/12/fruit-walls-urban-farming.html

Some really good ideas

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I've got a Belgium fence espalier growing in my front yard. I can't seem to get the image to show, but it's what I'm most proud of in my garden. Next year should be the first year fruiting and the branches are covered in buds, so I'm hopeful.

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