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White Shahtoot Mulberry

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JoJo starts with ...
Hi,

Would like to find out, the White Shahtoot Mulberry you have for sale, is it Dwarf? What size will the tree grow to?

Thanks in advance.
Jo
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JoJo2
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25th April 2011 6:15pm
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snottiegobble says...
Jojo, they grow very quickly, but their fruit leaves a lot to be desired unless you like eating sugar!
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snottiegobble
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25th April 2011 11:52pm
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M Nash says...
They are that sweet hey?
I planted one early Jan this year and I can vouch for them being fast growing.
Cant remember if it was a white or red Shahoot.
Are you saying you find them "sickly sweet"?
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MNash1
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26th April 2011 6:49pm
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John Mc says...
They're OK, I don't mind them at all. My tree is around 8 yo and produces far more fruit than we can eat. I start eating them before they are fully ripe. The tree has been pruned right back to almost the main stem as well as being transplanted a couple of years ago, they're bullet proof. You won't be disappointed.
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Ady says...
I got one last week . A young cutting , that I will plant out come spring time . My black mulberry grew well in its first summer
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Db says...
Has anyone tried growing white Shahtoot Mulberry in a pot (to keep it small), can they fruit in a pot? Also, how long it takes to start fruiting?
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Db,

Yes, my grafted bought in Bunnings in pot, It started to fruit in the first year.
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Db says...
Thanks Jujube for reply, how big is ur pot?
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Db,

50 litre pot.
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snottiegobble says...
Everyone`s taste is different, but sickly sweet to me, but not the birds!
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Db says...
I'm sure kids won't mind it... What you recommend then? I already got dwarf black Mulberry which will be bit tart so I was looking for something sweet but fast growing/fruiting variety, any suggestion?
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