[nafex] transplanting a mulberry tree (was: Nanking cherry blossoms)
tanisgrif at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 27 13:45:36 EDT 2014
Morus alba? The smaller ones I've pried out of the ground are rather tap-rooted. Can't imagine moving a large tree, unless this root habit changes with age.
tc, s.WI, where we CAN transplant budding things today because a week of rain forecast.
On Sunday, April 27, 2014 9:44 AM, Ginda Fisher <list at ginda.us> wrote:
I live in MA, and all the plants are pushing their buds. This isn't a good time to bare-root anything you want to survive. I would either wait until fall dormancy or use a tree-spade if either is a possibility. Because Mulberries are very tough, I would guess a large tree-spade would work, even though it isn't dormant.
Of course, if the mulberry-owner plans to get rid of the mulberry this spring, and you can't rent a tree-spade, sure, give it a try. It might survive, and as Deb says, what have you got to lose?
On Apr 27, 2014, at 9:34 AM, Deb Schneider wrote:
> Mulberries are tough plants. What have you got to lose?
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