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dwarf mulberry trees

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Tani70 starts with ...
I am looking to buy a dwarf mulberry tree, does anyone know of a place that stocks them at the moment? Thanks, Tanya
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3rd October 2011 3:45pm
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J says...
Daleys usually have them but currently dont. You can get Dwarf red shahtoot mulberries at perrys. http://www.perrysfruitnursery.com.au/

http://www.perrysfruitnursery.com.au/mulberry.php
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3rd October 2011 4:29pm
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fairydinkum says...
Could anyone, please, tell me if anything wrong with my dwarf red shantoot. it's 4yo already and has only few berries and quite small branch of graft.
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19th October 2012 11:36am
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Jon M says...
Mine took about 4yrs before it had any fruit and then it was only a few. This year it has a lot more. So I not sure if I was doing anything wrong either or they just take a bit longer to produce fruit.
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fairydinkum says...
thanks, Jon. my problem is - left and right branches looks different and only right branch has fruits, but this branch is not growing. left branch is very big already, but looks sterile, not flowers, no fruits.
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Jon M says...
Are the two branches joined. Do the fruit on the right look long and skinny or more like the normal mulberry? The leaves on the left branch look more like mine.
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