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container grown fruitless mulberry

Is it typical for a container grown fruitless mulberry to have its leaves heavily damaged by 22 to 28 degree overnight temps? I haven’t planted the tree in the ground yet, but most of its leaves curled, withered and dried up after two nights in the 20s.


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 04/21/2016 @ 5:34 pm

Yes, this is typical. Container grown plants react to the cold the same as those in the ground. Here is some information on how to care for a cold damaged plant:

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