Black Prince Mulberry Cutting
Black Prince Mulberry (Morus 'Black Prince') Cutting
Swells up to a medium large fruit that still has a white core even after it is ripe.
Information about Mulberry Cuttings
Mulberry cuttings can be grafted on compatible rootstock or another mulberry tree. They can also be rooted directly into a growing medium. Rooting mulberry cuttings can be a more challenging than rooting willows or figs. To help you decide whether to use a mulberry cutting to root or to graft it as scionwood, we have shared some of our experience here: Rooting Mulberry Success Rates.
We try to ensure that each mulberry cutting has three nodes, is at least 8 inches in length, and has a diameter greater than 5/8 inches.
More information about our cuttings and scionwood.
Due to state regulations, we do not ship Morus Alba products to the following location(s): Indiana