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  • Answered by
    BushDoctor on
    May 24, 2022
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    Sure! They can be made into tea, as well.

    As for your non-weeping tree... These are usually grafted. If the graft starts to fail, or gets an illness, then the root stock will try and grow back. This is not the same mulberry as the top. This will, likely, be a fruitless or standard type.

    If there are no more weeping branches, then you can keep it as a standard shrub. If there are still weeping branches, then you can prune all but those to get the weeping structure back.

    Here are some articles that will help you with the care of your trees:


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