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Young dwarf mulberry

Young Dwarf Mulberry

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An exciting new dwarf mulberry bush called Mojo. They have been specially bred to produce sweet and juicy berries on a smaller bush rather than a full size tree making them perfect for a patio, balcony or urban garden. Unlike the traditional mulberry, they fruit sooner too - usually in the 2nd year. A really special plant that's perfect for a smaller garden reaching a maximum height of 1.5m after 10 years.
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One of these young plants would be a super gift for someone that likes to grow their own. They have dropped their leaves for winter now but will fill out beautifully again in the spring, and produce their first crop of delicious miniature mulberries later this year. This is a great time of year to buy fruit bushes. Plant them out into the garden when the ground is soft, so that they can put down roots and be ready to burst into life in the spring.
50cm in a 2L pot
1 x Young Dwarf Mulberry Bush   + £0.00
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Care Instrictions

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Bred specifically to produce sweet and juicy berries on a smaller bush rather than a full-sized tree, these young Mojo dwarf Mulberry bushes are perfect for a patio, balcony or urban garden.

This slow-growing Mulberry is compact enough to be kept in a container on a patio or can be planted out in a sunny spot in the garden. If planting out, choose somewhere in full sun which is sheltered from cold, drying winds. Prepare the ground well before planting out, as Mulberry plants like moderately fertile, moist, well-draining soil.

Mulberry bushes are very hardy but for this young plant’s first year it is best kept in a container so that it can be moved closer to the wall of the house in the winter for some extra protection during the coldest months.

Whilst your plant is in a small pot it will need regular watering. Aim to water it heavily and then allow the top of the compost to dry out before watering again. If you decide to keep it in a container then it will benefit from being potted on into a larger pot at the end of this summer. Add a top dressing of well rotted manure or other rich compost to help your plant settle in.

The amazing thing about this dwarf Mulberry is that it can produce fruit on both new and old wood. They flower in May and June and have a long harvesting period from as early as May going through to September. This variety will usually fruit in its second year. The fruit are best picked as soon as they darken to black and are delicious with cream or ice cream!

Problem Solving

Your plant shouldn’t need much feeding but if you are keeping it in the small pot for a while or the leaves start to appear pale or mottled, then a general-purpose plant feed will always give it a good boost.

Mulberry plants are deciduous so don’t be alarmed if it starts to lose its leaves in winter. These plants are reasonably hardy but if we do have particularly cold spells (-5C or colder) then a fleece or heavy straw mulch will give your plant a bit more protection especially in the first couple of years.

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