This fruitless mulberry tree in Orangevale has been properly pruned – and is quite large. “Pollarding” reduces the branches to knobby stubs, but keeps these large shade trees much smaller.
This fruitless mulberry tree in Orangevale has been properly pruned – and is quite large. “Pollarding” reduces the branches to knobby stubs, but keeps these large shade trees much smaller. Samuel Seydel
This fruitless mulberry tree in Orangevale has been properly pruned – and is quite large. “Pollarding” reduces the branches to knobby stubs, but keeps these large shade trees much smaller. Samuel Seydel

Should mulberry trees be radically cut back?

November 21, 2014 01:00 PM

UPDATED November 22, 2014 12:00 AM

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