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Re: pruning weeping mulberry


Re : pruning weeping mulberry -- Carol Formanek
Posted by Newt , Jul 08,2005,20:48    Top of Thread   Forum

Hi Carol,

The branches that are growing straight up are from the original rootstock and won't weep. They need to be pruned off. Best time is late winter - February, but you can do this now too. This site is for weeping cherry, but the same info applies here.
http://www.freeplants.com/free-article-pruning-weeping-cherry-trees.htm

Newt


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