With exception to the fruitless mulberry variety, growing mulberry trees can provide tasty fruits for both you and wildlife, depending on your needs. In order to get the most of your trees, however, you'll need information on mulberry tree care. That's where we come in. The following articles have everything you need to grow mulberries in the landscape.
If you?re not put off by their messy fruit, there are many types of mulberries to choose from for the landscape. This article will cover white mulberry trees, which may be fruiting or fruitless. Click here for more information on white mulberry care in the garden.
The weeping mulberry was once used to feed valuable silkworms, which love to munch on the leaves, but that is no longer the case. So what is a weeping mulberry? The following article contains information on planting and growing a weeping mulberry.
If you live in USDA zones 5-9, you can enjoy your very own mulberry tree harvest. The question is when to pick mulberries. This leads to a follow-up question of how to pick mulberries. Learn the answers to both questions in this article.
Mulberries are easy to grow, abundant, and fast growing, which makes them perfect for containers. If you?re interested in growing mulberries in containers, click this article to find out how to grow a mulberry tree in a pot and other dwarf mulberry tree facts.
Mulberry trees can reach 30?-70? depending on the species. They are fantastic shade trees. Due to their quick growth, pruning mulberry trees is often necessary. The information found in this article can help get you started with mulberry trimming.
Mulberry trees enjoyed popularity in years past as ornamental shade trees as well as for their copious edible fruit. Interested in learning about how to grow mulberry trees? This article will help get you started with mulberry tree care.
Fruit drop in mulberry trees is very common. These heavy bearers are prone to heavy mulberry fruit drop and can create quite a mess. Learn more about what causes this in the following article. Click here.
The problem with growing mulberry trees is the berries. They create a mess on the ground beneath the trees. Fruitless mulberry trees are just as appealing but without the mess. Read here for more info.
Fruitless mulberry trees are popular landscaping trees. That being said, many people become alarmed when the leaves start turning yellow. Reasons for yellow fruitless mulberry tree leaves can be found here.