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Uploaded on May 24, 2011

Sheri Gramer travels to River Road Farms to see the various types of full-sized trees and shrubs that have been trained into the European form of espalier.


Sheri's segment was taped at River Road Farms
1.800.297.1435
www.espaliertrees.com
e-mail at riverrd@usit.net

Some of the full-sized espalier-trained trees profiled were:
Foster Holly
Shasta Viburnum
Golden Raindrop Crabapple
Leyland Cypress
Arizona Cypress
Emerald Arborvitae

Samples of the espalier plant specimens from River Road Farms can be seen at the following public gardens:
Biltmore Estates and The North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville, North Carolina
Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia
Cheekwood Botanic Garden in Nashville, Tennessee
Historic Carnton Plantation in Franklin, Tennessee
P. Allen Smith Gardens in Little Rock, Arkansas

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