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Dwarf Shah Reza Mulberry Tree

Dwarf Shah Reza Mulberry Tree



 
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Ty Ty Nursery is the exclusive grower and seller of this dwarf mulberry tree. Each grafted tree is loaded with berries that appear on practically every inch of the tree, even on the trunk, in huge clusters, appearing before the leaves in early spring. These mulberries ripen to a honey flavored sweetness with a pleasant balance of tart and sweet in the red stage, and each berry progressively ripens to a rich sugar-like grape flavor when in the fully purple, ripe stage.

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 21 Write a review »

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3 of 5 July 3, 2021
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Toledo , OH United States  


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5 of 5 Mulberry trees June 16, 2021
Reviewer: Barton Duncan from , St Louis  
I received the two Mulberry’s tree. They look pretty bad. I planted them and it looks like just one tree made it. It

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5 of 5 Slow to start leafing out. June 13, 2021
Reviewer: Willard Losinger from Michigan  
The plants didn't seem to care for the transport experience. When they arrived, the leaves and berries on the mulberry trees were dried out. Where I am, in Northern Michigan, mulberries typically don't start producing leaves until the middle of June. And, they have just now come back to life. Buyers from the North will have to be aware of this. Otherwise, they might think that the tree is dead when it isn't.

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4 of 5 Very sparse but coming back May 26, 2021
Reviewer: Lu from WV  
It didn’t have many leaves on it, and the few that were there were browning. It’s taken a week to look like it’s bouncing back, but now I see buds coming in at the base and a couple on top. Hopefully it will come through.

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1 of 5 Arrived wilted and broken May 21, 2021
Reviewer: Kurt Walker from Sugar Land, TX United States  
The box was damaged and the bush was broken and is left with only two leaves.  I am hoping it will come back but it is day three and it does not look good.

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