Tiered Cordons

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Fruit Horizontal Cordon

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  • Crafted with expertise, grown on horizontal arms
  • Ideal for narrow garden beds and fence line planting
  • Creates a captivating focal point for your garden
  • For best result, plant in full sun location
  • Evergreen and deciduous options



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There are several different variations of Espalier Tiered Cordons, including fruit, flowering, and foliage. These expertly crafted plants are cultivated on horizontal arms, making them a stunning addition when grown along fences or walls. They create an eye-catching focal point in your garden and are also perfect for gardens with limited space or narrow beds.

Looking for other espalier shapes? Candelabra, Circles, Step overs? Just ask us. 


Product Specifications

  • Varieties: Fruit Cordon
  • Uses: Feature / Specimen tree, narrow garden beds, fence line planting
  • Growth Style: Horizontal arms
  • Ideal Placement: Full Sun for best result
  • Soil Type: Well-draining, well-fertilised soil; fertalizer specific to your plant type
  • Maintenance Level: Medium, encourage foliage to train horizontally, regular pruning encouraged
  • Water Requirements: Maintain watering and mulching during warmer seasons
  • Planter Suitability: Yes, select planter with adequate room for growth
  • Native: No


Commonly Asked Questions

How do I look after my Tired Cordon?

Cordons will continue to grow beyond their current arms. You can extend the arms with additional supports or continue the growth with guidewires. You can also prune your plant so it remains smaller, depending on the look you are after and your garden size. Because of their compact growth habit, cordons are ideal for narrow garden beds or for growing along fence / house lines.


How do I get my Apple or Pear Cordon to produce delicious fruit?

Fruit trees 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 cordon 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 and Pears 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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