Sunday Trees – 325

featuring this year
Trees around Ireland

Victorian Walled Garden at Kyelmore Abbey
County Galway, Ireland


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21 Responses to Sunday Trees – 325

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  2. jesh stg says:

    Totally could sees European do that -to provide more space? Or, espaliering once was very popular. To be tidy? The brick wall close does make for an interesting background:)
    Late, but this is mine for this week!

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  5. MythRider says:

    I like the texture of trees and brick wall on the first photo, but I like the creative design of the second photo.

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  7. Clingy little tree but it sure makes the fruit picking easier! Love it!

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  11. shoreacres says:

    I thought those were pears when I first saw them. What a creative way to make picking the fruit easier!

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  14. prior.. says:

    what type of fruit is that? It looks nice with the warm-toned brick and the green…

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