Morus Alba (White Mulberry) #1

Orion_metalhead

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End of year. Tree healthy. Thinking of new pot for next year and might go with this:
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Age: 2yr
Training: 1yr
Width: .22"
Height: 6"

Front:
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From right:
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Back:
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From left:
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Roots: 20191110_164234.jpg
 

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That low branch seems a good branch to use as a "new leader" in 5 longins!

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Will see. I might treat this as a shohin and develop as is and not let it get much bigger. The leaves reduce so well that I don't see a reason not to.
 

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Will see. I might treat this as a shohin and develop as is and not let it get much bigger. The leaves reduce so well that I don't see a reason not to.
Well...it looks like you have an excellent start on the Shohin. Your path of growing seems to be working for you....you’ve got the right touch.
 

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Its got nice reducing genetics so I'll take some cuttings next spring after the first flush lignifies. I tried a cutting on the second flush late summer which did well and calloused but didnt have a chance to root. I figured it would die and tossed it. Always next year.
 

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