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:Tropical Almond Fruits (Nuts?)SIGN UP NOW!Live survival gardening webinar next week: 100 spots availableA fascinating look at a modern heirloom beanMeat glue: another reason to raise your own meat 3 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Hey CNN! next post Mulching with Shredded Paper Related Articles Staple Root Crops for Florida: Taro is Next? October 13, 2014 Marjory Wildcraft reviews Turned Earth November 30, 2018 Announcing My Brand-New YouTube Series: Crash Gardening April 29, 2014 Extreme Free-ranging Chickens: No Coop, No Fence, No... November 8, 2021 The sea bean is BACK! May 29, 2014 Is this a “weed?” Pictures for Elizabeth May 3, 2014 Coming shortly… December 19, 2014 Watermelons Growing in Sand February 28, 2020 Getting Closer to Home August 21, 2020 Net is down and forums are up! June 2, 2016 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.