We have two fruitless mulberry trees one in the front yard and one in the back. They have blossomed out a few times but never gotten any leaves. Any suggestions on what I might need to do?
Our fruitless mulberry (2 years old) had green leaves a week ago and now are black. We are not sure what has happened to it. Please advise on what we can do.
Our mulberry tree leaves are turning yellow, than shriveling up, weirdly. A number of the yellow leaves are falling off but the shriveled ones are not. It started on one side of the tree and is spreading across the canopy. The tree gets plenty of water. I really don’t want to lose our tree. Anyone know what is wrong?
Some of the leaves on my fruitless mulberry are curling up and drying out and falling on the ground. It is not happening to the whole tree just some of the branches. Any ideas? This just started a day or two ago. The leaves are not turning yellow
While the tree is providing shade, the berries are messy. The flies are awful and I am constantly cleaning up the mulberries.
Why would the tip of the leaves on a fruitless mulberry turn brown?
After a very abundant fruiting and beautiful large green leaves from April/May on, our long well-established mulberry tree is now suffering (starting early Aug. ) with massive leaf loss, and remaining leaves are looking wilted and brown, shortly due to fall also I fear! We live in southwest France and have not had much rain but other mulberry trees nearby show no sign of problems of leaf loss so early. There are vertical cracks in the trunk, but they have been present for years only opening up as the tree has grown. HELP! What can we do?
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