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Posted by Fruitless Mulberry on July 28, 2003 at 07:49:36:

About two years ago, I planted two Fruitless Mullberry's about 20 feet apart, I may have to transplant one, but my question is, both trees are doing really, the 'bark' is beginning to show at the base of the tree and there's a lot of new growth. What I want do to is take those new growth and transplant them elsewhere on the property. Is that possible? I have 1.5 acres, the older trees had their crowns trimmed, they too are doing well.

Thanks

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