How do you espalier?

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A flat vertical surface, pruners and woody plant-friendly restraints describe how to espalier. Espaliering involves training a 15- to 18-inch (38.1- to 45.72-centimeter) young woody plant by removing all buds but the topmost three. The middle bud in the trio is allowed temporarily to grow vertically while the other two spread at angles horizontal or oblique to their respective sides of the growing stem, for a two-dimensional, v-shaped pattern, planted in front of a fence, trellis or wall.

How do you espalier a pear tree?

To begin the process of espaliering a fruit tree, plant your tree 6-10 inches from a wall or fence. You then prune and train your tree to the shape that you want it to take fo