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pleached

Said of the branches of trees, shrubs, vines, etc., which are united by weaving, braiding, or plaiting.
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And bid her steal into the pleached bower, Where honeysuckles, ripened by the sun, Forbid the sun to enter, like favorites Made proud by princes, that advance their pride Against that power that bred it.
Arabella Lennox-Boyd's winning plans include a parterre with shallow canals, a pergola, rose covered pavilions and stepped banks topped by pleached limes - a method of training trees to produce a narrow screen or hedge - to frame the French chateau-style museum.
Jesse Greenwood, Bude, Cornwall YOU 2 could add a pleached beech hedge - a common feature in the grandest gardens.
A crisp minimal solution would be to use clipped evergreens, with standard or pleached trees.
He concentrated mainly on the village, planting of trees for shaping, especially Irish Yews and Cabbage Palm for exotic effect, hedges and pleached trees.
Most renowned features include the Furlong Walk, an avenue of pleached limes and the I lex Avenue.
The car park has pleached trees that are intended to grow into a continuous horizontal canopy.
All very lovely, of course, but there has been a profusion of stately canals, squares of clipped buxus sempervirens, pleached hornbeams and elegant yews.
Do this with a pleached shade tree trained on wires over a seating area, or a timber-built pergola with a lightweight climber.
The yew tree hedges and Irish yew walk, pleached and avenue lime trees, the formal ponds, pathways and trees all enhance the setting, and even though the house is closed for the winter it still looks splendid in the beautiful grounds.
A row of pleached lime trees was grown at a specialist nursery in the Midlands ready for transplanting to Broadgate.