Jordan Lowery wrote:Mulberry is easy, you can coppice it every few years so it's more of a small bush. They fruit on young wood so the berries are all at picking height. If you have two or three you can rotate yearly. That way you have mulberry abundance every year. The coppiced wood is perfect for rocket mass heaters
It would be hard to have a walnut that's small, the yield will be minimal. I would just buy some fresh walnuts from a farm.
yukkuri kame wrote:I'm always impressed by the ability of trees to recover from being cut to the ground, and mulberries are vigorous growers.
Best time to coppice would be when the tree is dormant.
Since mulberries strike easily from cuttings, why not take a bunch of cuttings as an insurance policy against anything unexpected happening to the mother tree?