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pleach

The intertwined branches of a line of trees that form a barrier.
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We also learned that anything that was taken out of the hedge, and that couldn't be used as a stake, as infill or be pleached, was put on the 'Baldrick' pile - so called as there would be 'cunning plan' for it later.
Region 1 in the figure is a PC, cluster structure in PLEACH. Region 2 shows a communication quadrangle (CQ), which is the collaboration structure among four adjacent PCs.
The prize for the champion hedge of the day went to Ceri Davies from Bwlch & Crickhowell YFC, with his section of stake and pleach in the 26 years and under section.
SST Tf fl l Screen star Tie in and interlace the flexible young shoots of lime, ash, beech or hornbeam trees that are being grown as a high-level, narrow, pleached hedge.
On the basis of product types, privacy screens can be categorized into panels, frames, outdoor shades, patio furniture, fence, nets, hedges, pleached trees, free-standing walls and other products.
For garden planting, Mark says pleached trees are on the up, and an increased interest in the planting style which mixes formal topiary spheres with grasses and perennials.
ERDDIG, WREXHAM (nationaltrust.org.uk/erddig) This 1,200-acre landscaped pleasure park, designed by William Emes, features a fully restored 18th century garden with avenues of pleached limes, colourful herbaceous borders, trained fruit trees and formal hedges.
Hawthorns are planted and when half-grown, they are "pleached"--gashed partway across the trunk and bent over, inducing them to become a thicket.
returning from my walk, The pleached frazzled asphalt
Geometric paths in a variety of natural stones featured in a number of gardens, fringed by billowing perennials, meadow flowers, rushes and grasses, with pleached trees and other visual stunners, including birch, providing both height and architecture.
Geometric patterns, formed by expertly trained stems and branches of espalier and cordon trained apple and pear trees, line out the garden walls and skeletal topiary of pleached lime tree avenues.