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Black dwarf mulberry

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Do these mind being transplanted? Like, if I were to grow it bigger in a large pot first, then eventually plant it in the ground?
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Waterfall says...
No problem at all, they go dormant and lose their leaves in winter, this is the time to move them.

They are also very easy to grow from cuttings.
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BJ11 says...
mulberries are tough as weeds - cuttings can be taken from very large sticks without treatment, trees can often be transplanted. If you're moving from pot to pot then you should have no trouble with a bit of seasol before and after. Trim above ground and tidy below ground (to remove any broken roots so the cut is clean).
Ideally move during its dormant period and the plant should be fine.
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