Originally Posted by Constance
Round-up will take care of your Mulberry sprouts, Icy.
Mulberries are sweet, but very seedy, like wild blackberries. The birds get all ours, then "re-plant" them when they eliminate the waste.
Your Mulberries must be different to ours, we have mainly Black Mulberries here, I use to grow a tree, so did my parents, we were forever up the tree picking them,and getting basket loads of them, but I have NEVER heard of them as being SEEDY, our mulberries must have had the tiniest of seeds, cause I never even tasted the seeds, are your Mulberries different to ours, maybe. My mum use to make the best stewed mulberries and mulberry pie, all with hot custard or cold icecream, YUMMMM.