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Espalier


Espalier (Es-pah-lee-yay) is a horticultural term derived from the French word for trellis, and is used to describe a plant that has been trained to grow flat against a trellis or wall. This is particularly desirable when space is limited, because, as we know, Camellias can be ‘space gluttons’, and in smaller gardens the solution for lovers of Camellias is to grow them using this technique.

When selecting a plant for use as an espalier, look for one with open, sprawling growth and several leading branches. Plant the camellia against the wall or trellis, then tie the branches back in the desired position using soft plastic ties or twine don’t use wire as it can cut into the branches. Prune off any unnecessary growth, training the leaders to grow horizontally or at an upward angle, with the best displays generally being symmetrical. Try to keep any major pruning until after flowering and your espalier will reward you year after year with a display of flowers that will always be in clear view.

Most sasanqua varieties are suitable, although any camellia can be trained as an espalier.  


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Camellia Fairy Blush Espalier

Hybrid Espalier. This beautiful Camellia has tight bright pink buds that open to miniature, single, apple-blossom pink blooms which are lightly fragrant. A pretty Camellia which would suit a small courtyard or patio area. Flowers for a long period. Happiest in semi-shade with acid soil. Evergreen.

Colour: Pink White

Habit: Upright Mature Height: 1.5m x 1m


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Camellia Fairy Blush Espalier

Container: 15l  ? 

$119.99


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Camellia Koto no Kaori Espaliered

Hybrid. Simple but sweet single rose-pink blooms with prominent yellow stamens are borne in profusion along attractively arching branches. The blooms are very fragrant blooms and appear autumn to winter. Small rounded bright green leaves. Happiest in semi-shade with acid soil. Evergreen.

Presented here as an Espalier for walls and fences.

Colour: Dark pink Yellow

Habit: Arching Mature Height: 2.5m x 2m


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Camellia Koto no Kaori Espaliered

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Camellia Les Jury Espalier

Hybrid Espalier. Produced by and named after NZ's famous plant breeder Les Jury. Les Jury considered this to be the best formal double red Camellia that he produced in his lifetime. Very vigorous upright growth habit, handsome foliage. Happiest in morning sun or semi-shade. Evergreen. RHS AGM.

Colour: Red

Habit: Upright Mature Height: 2.5m x 2m


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Camellia Les Jury Espalier

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Camellia Mine No Yuki Espalier

The literal translation from the Japanese is "Snow on the Ridge" which no doubt describes the profusion of double white blooms that smother this Camellia from early autumn until winter. Highly adaptable, use to espalier, hedge, grow in a container or simply just enjoy in the garden. AKA Moonlight.

Colour: White

Habit: Upright Mature Height: Espalier


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Camellia Mine No Yuki Espalier

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Camellia Pure Silk Espaliered

Sasanqua. A lovely little Camellia with, scented, semi-double blooms. The buds are quite pink but magically open to silky white blooms with just a hint of pink on the edges. 'Pure Silk' has a strong upright growth habit and whilst it is happy in semi-shade this Camellia can cope with sun. Evergreen.

Colour: White Pink

Habit: Upright Mature Height: 2m x 1.5m


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Camellia Pure Silk Espaliered

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Camellia Setsugekka Espalier

Sasanqua. One of NZ's favourite Camellias and deservedly so. An abundance of large wavy white blooms with prominent yellow stamens appear in early autumn through to winter. The blooms are softly scented. Happiest in semi-shade. Evergreen. Presented here espaliered.

This beautiful Camellia is definitely one of my favourites. Introduced from Japan in 1898 so a proven winner! Translation of the name means Snow, Moon and Flowers - isn't that just lovely?

Colour: White

Habit: Upright Mature Height: 3m x 1.5m


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Camellia Setsugekka Espalier

Container: 15l  ? 

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Michelia Gracipes Espalier

A relatively new introduction which is sure to be a winner amongst the gardening fraternity. Glossy leathery rounded foliage which always looks neat and tidy. Fuzzy brown flower buds which open to beautifully scented cream flowers in early spring. Will grow well in a container. Espalier. Evergreen.

Michelia gracipes is easy to grow but will do best in a semi-shaded position with protection from strong winds. Prefers soil that is slightly on the acid side. If you can grow Camellias in your garden you will easily grow this beautiful small evergreen tree.

Colour: Cream

Habit: Upright Mature Height: 4m x 3m


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Michelia Gracipes Espalier

Current Stock Height: 100/110 cm  ? 

Container: 15l  ? 

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