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The extraordinary espaliered fruit tree cordons in autumn at Le potager du Roi, at the Palace of Versailles. Great idea for a garden fence!

Un fotógrafo de National Geographic retrató lo que ocurre dentro de la tierra con las raíces que siembra el hombre. Las imágenes dan cuenta de la abismal diferencia de infiltración, absorción y consumo entre una pastura perenne y un cultivo anual.

Jerry Glover, a soil scientist, shows off a perennial wheatgrass plant's long roots, which grow deeper than annual plants' roots, improving soil structure and reducing erosion.

FARM SHOW - Just Add Water: "Concrete Cloth"

Just add water concrete cloth This stuff is amazing! You could even build a shelter with it. It is actually concrete in a flexible cloth form. Add water it becomes hardened concrete! FARM SHOW - Just Add Water: "Concrete Cloth"

Cordon fruit trees at the West Dean Gardens. - I love this variety along the back fence for multiple different small fruit trees in one place. Espalier

Cordon fruit trees at the West Dean Gardens. - I love this variety along the back fence for multiple different small fruit trees in one place.

Steps involved to create a Belgian Fence #espalier. (Appears that not all the links work.)

Steps involved to create a Belgian Fence (Appears that not all the links work.

Espalier apple tree arch at Highgrove |  Shaping ideas- tunnel arch

When space allows, some espaliers can take very elaborate forms, such as this espaliered apple tunnel at Highgrove. via Cote de Texas

inside the wicker palace by Marcel Kalberer

**so, we're making a "hosta room" in the front yard** inside the wicker Auerworld Palace by Marcel Kalberer, Auerstedt, Thuringen, Germany

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Apple trees were the most popularly grown fruit tree in colonial America and practically every settlement farm and backyard gardener planted this easily grown fruit tree, or easier, the seed of the apple could be planted to establish