living trees shaped into fences

Willow trees are fast-growing and extremely pliable which makes them easy to craft into ornate natural fences. There are about 400 species of willows all of which tolerate moist soil and winter ... 【Get Price】

Tree shaping (also known by several other alternative names) uses living trees and other woody plants as the medium to create structures and art. There are a few different methods used by the various artists to shape their trees which share a common heritage with other artistic horticultural and agricultural practices such as pleaching bonsai espalier and topiary and employing some ... 【Get Price】

Are you considering trees or shrubs as a living fence on your property? Choosing a living fence over a conventional fence can be an excellent option. These planted perimeters look beautiful and can convey a feeling of peace. Living fences can be less expensive too—installing a wood privacy fence is likely to cost $20 to $30 per linear foot. 【Get Price】

Using standard pruning techniques you can train dwarf fruit trees to form a living wall that will enhance your yard's privacy and provide beauty and fresh produce. In an espalier (pronounced es-PAL-yay) plants grow along a usually flat symmetrical framework against a wall trellis or freestanding support. 【Get Price】

"Emerald" arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis 'Emerald') is a small tree or tall evergreen shrub well-suited for the "loose border" style of living privacy fence. With its flat long-lasting needles and dense growth-habit just let this evergreen shrub grow into the tall living wall that you need—with little maintenance on your part. 【Get Price】