Grown in the heart of East Sussex


This form suits apples and pears, it is a form best against a wall or fence panel but could also be used to create a boundary. It has pairs of horizontal branches opposite each other, providing symmetry. They are not used enough in garden design, despite being a great focal point and specimen tree. The horizontal branches also provide high yields of fruit. Often found with a couple of tiers, but if grown on a vigorous rootstock more tiers can be added.

Available – see fruit varieties for details, please ask as stock levels change quickly.

Two tier espalier in container ready for purchase.

Each espalier needs about 3.5-4m of width, they can be planted against a fence or wall or with a free standing wire support system.