Mulberry Dwarf Everbearing 6" pot and 3 gallon pots

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Mulberry Dwarf Everbearing 6" pot and 3 gallon pots

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Dwarf everbearing Mulberry Tree,

Dwarf everbearing mulberry trees are a nice compact fruit tree that can be grown in your backyard or in a planter on your patio. It will eventually grow up to 12’ to 15’ tall and 10’ wide if not pruned. Its fruits are delicious and taste like sweet blackberries.

It is very prolific and cold hardy to zones 8 through 11 and will produce fruits most of the year.

Pot Sizes: 6” pots & 3 gallon (see bottom picture displaying both sizes)

Age: 2-3 years old

Fruiting Age: 2 years old

Propagation Method: cuttings

Plants are staked with soil, sealed in a plastic wrapping to retain moisture during shipment. When you receive this plant, simply remove the plastic and check moisture in the soil. Water the plant once per day while in their container.

All of our plants are cared for with natural practices, without the use of synthetic chemicals. However, our nursery is considered a Plant Sanctuary. Some plants we sell are brought in from other nurseries who do not follow the same standards of quality that we do. Once a plant arrives at our nursery, they are cared for with organic and natural practices.

We hand select for each order from our stock of premium quality plants at A Natural Farm in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida. Quality in plant propagation is of upmost importance when seeking nutrition & medicinal value from edible plants!

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Soil & Site Requirements: Mulberry trees adapt to a wide range of soils. Dig out soil to loosen a large hole and replace with native soil back into hole. Avoid amending soil and fertilize every month after the first month as a top-dress. Mulch 3-5'. to retain moisture & reduce weed competition.

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PRUNING

During the first 2 years, a formative pruning is desirable to encourage lateral branching and growth. After several years of production it is desirable to cut back the tops of the trees to 10 to 15 feet. It will help prevent the loss of the lower tree canopy due to shading by the upper canopy and will facilitate tree care and fruit harvest.

This pruning should be done after danger of frost has passed in order to not stimulate young growth that could be hurt by the cold.

POLLINATION

Mulberry trees have both male and female flowers on the same tree, making them self-fertile.

For sale is a live plant with established root system in a pot.

***Images of fruit or edible qualities are provided from our nursery's stock of producing plants to show the potential yield of of our fruiting & edible plants.

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