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Hi all, i am attempting to espalier a dwarf mulberry. Can i prune as i would an apple without harming it? I.e. summer pruning etc. Controlling wayward growth? Do i prune to the 1st or 2nd bud or are they different? Thanks.. ben
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Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery says...
Hi Kmann,
We have done a lot of experimenting with Espalier and mulberry trees and had a lot of success.

In relation to where to prune this depends on where you have placed your wire.

Yes you can prune as you would an apple. We have done a few videos of our trees here they are here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyQreB8qd4k

Here are the videos we have done on espalier
https://www.youtube.com/user/daleysfr/search?query=espalier

and mulberries
https://www.youtube.com/user/daleysfr/search?query=mulberry
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kmann says...
Sweet thanks for that il have a crack!!!
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Tranquilwaters says...
How is your espaliered dwarf mulberry coming along?
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