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oblique cordons

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Espaliers
... are several cordon patterns ( Figure 1 ). Figure 1. Types of cordons. The single vertical cordon consists of a straight stem ... vertical lines are desired. Cordons trained from 30 to 60 from the vertical are called oblique cordons and are usually part ... complex lattice pattern formed by combining at least three single horizontal cordons with their branches trained in opposite 45 angles forming a ...
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Dictionary of Natural Food
... pruned back to 3-4 leaves at the end of summer. Cordons can be grown upright, supported by a permanant stake or ... known as an 'oblique cordon'. Some plants, particularly some apples, make more fruiting spurs if they are grown as oblique cordons. Cordons are useful where ... it against birds. And in the small urban gardens of today, cordons fit perfectly against walls and fences , or in narrow beds by ...
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