Serpentine Espalier

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Fuit & Foliage Serpentine

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  • Expertly crafted on S-shaped Rio rods for durability
  • Creates a showstopping feature for your garden
  • Adds a contrasting shape to your garden design
  • Ideal for framing an entranceway into your garden
  • Compact size, suitable for feature planter pots


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Serpentine Espalier is a versatile addition available in various varieties, including various apple varieties, as well as Ginko plants. Expertly crafted on durable S-shaped rio rods, this Espalier creates a captivating focal point in your garden. Its unique, winding form adds contrasting shapes to your garden design, making it perfect for framing entrances.


Product Specifications

  • Varieties: Apple & Ginko
  • Craftsmanship: Expertly crafted on S-shaped Rio rods
  • Garden Impact: Creates a showstopping feature
  • Design Enhancement: Adds a contrasting shape to the garden
  • Ideal Use: Framing entranceways into your garden
  • Foliage Options: Evergreen & Deciduous
  • Position: Full Sun
  • Soil Type: Well-draining, well-fertilised soil
  • Maintenance level: Medium, some pruning required
  • Planter suitability: Yes, choose planter with adequate room for growth


Commonly Asked Questions

How do I look after my Serpentine?

Serpentines have been carefully crafted onto rio rod (1 per plant). You can extend the arms with additional supports and allow for future growth. You can also prune your plant so it remains smaller, depending on the look you are after and your garden size.


How do I get my Apple Espalier to produce delicious fruit?

Apples need water while they are young and establishing; however well, draining soil is necessary. As the plant matures, the water needs will decrease. A well-hydrated plant will produce juicy fruit. The location of the Espalier is especially important, as stone fruit will prefer a full sun location. Look into disease prevention to ensure your plant is healthy and use a gentle fertiliser suitable for apples. Good draining is also necessary, as apples don’t like wet roots. A layer of mulch will also help keep the moisture in the soil. Pruning will also encourage good apple production. Apples require two different varieties to be planted either in the same garden or in neighboring gardens, this will encourage the bees to cross pollinate and the plant to product juicy and delicious fruit.

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