jmichaelnave at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 9 22:04:47 EDT 2007
I don't know how large it will eventually get, but
mine is about 7 years old and about 8 or 9 feet high.
Mulberries can be severely pruned so they can be kept
smaller if needed.
--- "William C. Garthright" <billg at inebraska.com>
> > Oscar's is supposed to be hardy to zone 5 and it
> is really an excellent mulberry, currently my
> Is it a very large tree? The more I think about it,
> the more I'm
> inclined to try that Geraldi Dwarf, though I can't
> find much information
> about it on the Internet. I'd really have to prune a
> full-sized tree
> quite severely to fit the place I have available.
> And I planted
> strawberries nearby last year. I figured I'd enjoy
> them for a few years
> before the mulberry got big enough to shade them
> out. But after enjoying
> them this year, I'm thinking a dwarf tree might let
> me keep them, too.
> Lincoln, NE (zone 5)
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