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Anyone have 'Issai' Mulberry ??

Posted by wildforager 5b-WI (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 30, 13 at 23:47

I found a listing for 'Issai' Mulberry and it says its a super dwarf. Looks interesting. I'm guessing the original scionwood must have come from a witches broom like most dwarf Ginkgos. Does anyone have this? How's the fruit? I'm really curious about this tree.

Here is a link that might be useful: Here's the listing


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RE: Anyone have 'Issai' Mulberry ??

Thanks for the link John,they have some interesting plants. Brady


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RE: Anyone have 'Issai' Mulberry ??

I've never ordered from Logee's so I can't comment on their service. I would recommend checking out their reputation on garden watchdog before ordering. I wish I would have checked out Burgess nursery before I ordered paw paw seedlings last year. Burgess send out their paw paws bare root with no damp paper or packing and they arrived dry as a bone. Out of 30 trees 5 lived, barely. Got replacements and they were dry too. Moral of the story, do your homework on the nurseries!


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RE: Anyone have 'Issai' Mulberry ??

I ordered from one of Burgess's affiliates,Direct Gardening.The plants came bare root also in a big plastic trash bag.Amazingly,only two out of about a dozen didn't survive. Brady


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I've ordered from Logee's several times. They're first rate.
Burgess is one of the cheapest places; you get what you pay for.


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RE: Anyone have 'Issai' Mulberry ??

Good to know!


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