[CT Birds] mulberry trees

KATHLEEN VANDER AUE kvda at optonline.net
Mon Jun 14 09:15:37 EDT 2010

The two ancient ones we had, one white, one red, both died and I ordered 
one on line to replace them as they were bird and wildlife magnets in 
our yard.  I think it was Italian (chosen as it was self-pollinating and 
I didn't know if there were others in the neighborhood).  It did 
beautifully until this year when it didn't leaf out.  I checked and it 
had been girdled by mice (or something).  I'm going to plant another and 
this time protect the trunk.

Kathy Van Der Aue

On Sun, Jun 13, 2010 at 10:19 PM, Hopkinsus at cs.com wrote:

> What varieties are people using to attract birds?  I know of only one 
> variety native to the US, and that's native to Texas.
> Amy Hopkins
> Guilford
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