Sue Sanderson

Sue Sanderson – our horticulturist expert


Sue Says
Mulberries make fabulous trees but you do need to be patient with them. They take at least six years to reach maturity, and that is quite an optimist estimate – a 10 year wait is not uncommon! The flowers appear in mid spring on new growth and on the previous years fruiting spurs, just as the new leaves are developing. They are self fertile so you wont need to worry about cross pollination.

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