Cheryl has 5 little Asian Mulberry ‘trees’ which have struck from some twigs which got buried during a major prune last winter:
“The original tree was grown from a cutting and it’s great, so I presume that these will do the same. I don’t have any evidence as to whether it will fruit to type. I think it will be a matter of put it in and wait and see. It takes several years before it fruits and after 3 or 4 years you need to begin regular pruning. This encourages the development of fruit and also stops the tree from growing too large.
Over a number of years they can grow into quite a large tree which would need to be constrained by regular pruning (about 30% each year). On the plus side the tree is quite beautiful: has a lovely shape, provides summer shade and has divine fruit. So if 5 people would like to take a chance on getting one of these Asian Mulberry Trees to grow in their gardens I’d be happy to hear from them.”
Contact Cheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange pick-up.
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