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I now have wild mulberry trees growing in the backyard too... that place

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Posted to Thread #15296 at 3:29 am on Jun 27, 2009

is a treasure-trove of surprises lately... I guess they're relatively rare unless you have the right conditions, and I noticed a large one "hiding" in my among the leaves of the apple tree. I had seen low branches of them last year, but didn't realize I had a 25-foot tree in there too. From the description I read online, I think it's a black or more probably a red mulberry tree.

And they're all ripe right now. I'll have to find some berry recipes and will post what comes out good.

Link: Mulberries in the Park

How did the fool *get* his money?!

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