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RevivalR00ts

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WTB GIRARDI Mulberry
« on: July 05, 2022, 11:59:58 AM »
Just learned of this variety. Is anyone growing this or has anyone tried this?

Have many things to trade if you have a scion or tree available.

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Re: WTB GIRARDI Mulberry
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2022, 10:09:26 AM »
I grow this variety. What varieties do you own?

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Re: WTB GIRARDI Mulberry
« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2022, 02:41:37 PM »
I grow this variety. What varieties do you own?

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oh awesome, how is it? which other varieties do you grow?

I have sweet lavender, tice, peruvian, shangri la, pakistani, valdosta, australian green, himalayan DMOR9, persian, thai dwarf, buluklu, kaestar, black prince, dwarf everbearing... I'm sure that I am missing one.

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Re: WTB GIRARDI Mulberry
« Reply #3 on: July 26, 2022, 06:42:08 PM »
Gerardi Dwarf is surely interesting! The variety stays really small and truly deserves to be called a "dwarf".
It is also very fertile and bears a great deal of fruit.
In my opinion, there are some better mulberries in terms of taste, but Gerardi should not be missing in a good mulberry collection!

My current mulberry collection contains:

Galicja
Shelly
Black Prince
Agate
Carman
Gerardi Dwarf
Miss Kim
Mulle
Mathildes Traum
Wellington
Illinois Everbearing
Collier
Gelso Bianco
Gelso Nero
Gelso Rosso
Gelso Sangue e Latte
Pakistan Red
Pakistan White
Guoxian No.1
Seedless Big Ten
Osmanthus Honey
White pearl
Baiyuwang
Gelso della Regina
SAHARANPUR
Medovaja
Portugal
Taiwan Long
Shandong
Mesten
Schwarze aus Möttingen
Giant

Soon I will also own:

Chicken Claw
Taiguo 72C002
Xiangjin (Fragrant golden)
Jingiang 63
Hongguo No.3
Shaanxi 8632
Taiguo 46C019
Yunnan milk
Red Agate

You also have some mulberries that I am quite interested in! Especially "Thai Dwarf" and "Australian green" and "himalayan DMOR9". Do you also have "World's Best", maybe the one you forgot?

What can you say about the peruvian mulberry? I could not find much information about this variety. Do you have some photos of the fruits?

I have heared that "Tice" and "Shangri-La" are quite similar if not identical. Can you confrim this?

The problem is, that I am located in Germany and unfortunately I don't currently have the opportunity to graft trees. For this reason I need cuttings from mulberry varieties that root well (I've heard Thai Dwarf roots well) or already rooted mulberry trees that can be shipped as bare rooted plants.

Can you rate the ability to root dormant cuttings of your mulberry varieties?

 

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