With their glossy, heart-shaped green leaves and pendulous branches they make a.
Oct 07, Pruning a weeping mulberry. We have a wonderful weeping mulberry (Morus alba pendula) (male, so no fruit) in our front yard. It's massive - probably 15' tall and at least that diameter. The problem is that it's growing larger and larger - every year it sends out a new layer of branches that hang over the previous ones, so the diameter increases.
Mar 01, Naturally, when pruning any trees or shrubs, the first rule is to cut out any dead and/or crossing branches. The same thing applies with the weeping mulberry.
Basically it's called pollarding the tree, it'll grow back in the spring and have shade for the summer.
But there are also more specific techniques, and they’re easy, once you know how. The weeping Camperdown elm (Ulmus glabra ‘Camperdownii’) should be pruned in a similar fashion. Nov 30, Prune your weeping mulberry tree by removing dead wood, rubbing branches, and upright growth, thinning any remaining branches to balance the appearance of the tree and shortening branches. Pruning.
Prune your weeping mulberry tree by removing dead wood, rubbing branches, and upright growth, thinning any remaining branches to balance the appearance of the tree and shortening branches that trail the ground.
We prune our mulberry very hard every winter to keep it contained, and to ensure that the fruit is reachable without a ladder. You might like a bit more tree than us, but nevertheless trim out weak growth.
Follow the winter prune with a feed and water. A light prune after the harvest in.