Mulberry Tree Cutting is Thriving!

A little over a month ago, a dear friend gifted me with tree-branch cuttings from her various fruit trees. I placed the cuttings directly into my bare garden soil and added water.  So far, it looks lIMG_2955ike the mulberry tree cutting has been successfully propagated, as evidenced by the healthy green buds. Hopefully, the other fruit tree cuttings will be just as successful. I don’t know when it will produce fruits, but I am happy that this tree-in-the-making has settled in happily. More information on mulberry trees can be found here:

http://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/mulberry.html

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