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post Feb 6 2013, 01:41 PM
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Hi folks!

I would like to graft some different mulberry varieties onto a young white mulberry tree I have. My granddad's tree (no longer there) was non-weeping and had small round black fruit that were nice and tangy (like a boysenberry almost), not like the insipid sweet white/black varieties. I was told it was an English mulberry (M.nigra).

Does anyone have an established tree I could take some cuttings from? Or can anyone recommend where to go for cuttings or any other varieties to look out for?

I'll willing to trade some seasonal veggies from out the back for some cuttings smile.gif

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