Also, I can confirm that morus alba has insipid fruit.
Would anyone happen to know just how small you can keep a mulberry tree and still get fruit?
Dillon Nichols wrote:I would expect min size to vary based on cultivar, since some stay small on their own.
I haven't done it, and I do not know what compatibility issues there may be, or what success rates are like, but grafting to a smaller/dwarfing variety is apparently not uncommon, so you might try that as a solution to your space issue.
nancy sutton wrote:Just a thought... Mike at Burnt Ridge Nursery near Morton, WA... would have good advice on growing/eating characteristics of mulberries, here in PNW. He did say that you can prune them mercilessly, and they bounce right back.
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