I live Delta, Utah and I would like to know if the fruitless Mulberry tree will survive in Delta? My parents had them in Tucson, Arizona and we loved them. Fast growing and large leaves, which made it easy to clean up. We want to plant some trees at the church building for shade. If the fruitless Mulberry will not work, would you have a recommendation on what tree to plant?
This is a second year tree. As leaves come out, edges are curled and whitish, and the tree does not seem to be doing as good as it did the first year. You think it is not enough water? I do have it in the middle of a lawn.
I grew up in the south where we had mulberry trees, and I loved the fruit and the jam we made with it. Do they grow in Manitoba and where could I buy them?
I recently transplanted a weeping mulberry tree. It does not appear to be doing well. Others in the neighborhood are lush and green. Mine has not changed much at all. The leaves are small and green (as of transplant time) but do not seem to be getting any bigger. Is mine just in shock or dying?
We have a corkscrew fruitless mulberry tree that has been growing well for the last five years. This year the tree sprouted leaves as normal, but now the leaves are curling up and falling off the tree leaving behind bare branches. The leaves do not have black spots nor do they turn yellow. Any idea what is affecting our tree? The tree is about eight feet tall with a trunk of 12 inches in circumference.
I live in a mobile home park and removing the tree is out of the question. The tree is 30 years old. When the berries fall, it makes my small yard unusable for a few months and causes stains in my carport and driveway and sometimes gets on people shoes and gets carried indoors. Is there something I can do about this situation, or do I just have to live with it?
The growth at the top of my weeping mulberry tree is growing upwards instead of weeping. Why is that?
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