Uncategorized More on Mulberry Pruning by David The Good February 26, 2018 written by David The Good February 26, 2018 Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Happy Anniversary, Darling!Merry Christmas!Unknown Tree: Identified!@The Prepper Project: Three Ways to Garden Without LandProper Fertilizing 3 comments FacebookTwitterGoogle +PinterestRedditWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Hey CNN! next post Mulching with Shredded Paper Related Articles Best Gardening Books (Page Moved – See Link!) January 1, 2015 Compost Like a Boss! May 30, 2013 The Great South Florida Food Forest Project: October... November 5, 2013 Upcoming Events March 10, 2015 Craziness March 17, 2015 ATTACK WASP! August 1, 2014 Happy Anniversary, Darling! January 3, 2015 Laurel Wilt: Killing Bay Trees, Avocados and More:... June 18, 2015 @Mother Earth News: Composting for Anarchists November 26, 2014 Post coming soon October 1, 2015 3 comments keith February 26, 2018 - 10:01 am Funny… I was just thinking of asking you a question about mulberry pruning as I walked through my gardens this morning. Here is my question: I live close to Daytona Beach– 20 miles inland… and though we had a brutal winter… it has warmed up for the past few weeks and the mulberry trees are full of leaves and flowers now. Have I lost my window for pruning? I have 3 extra large trees and one fairly large… one that you sold me. Also, I tried grafting for the first time about a week ago. I grafted peaches onto chicksaw plum. Not real hopeful they will take…. I thought about doing some more but now both have flowers and leaves… is it to late to do more grafting? thanks, Keith Reply keith February 26, 2018 - 10:04 am oh… one more question…I would love to graft the mulberry trees… so far the one that you sold me has been the only one worth a darn as far as fruit production and taste goes…. to late to graft mulberry? do mulberrys graft well?… ok that’s two more questions! Reply Walter Links February 26, 2018 - 10:30 am Can I take a branch from a mulberry tree and start a new tree? A friend of mine has a beautiful tree but they don’t understand what a great fruit it is and they never pick the fruit. I want one, I love their fruit. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.