Harvesting _Mulberries

Harvesting _Mulberries
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  • It would be quite cool in the tree hut James?

  • You could always have a "harvest party" and get a few BLF members to come out to help pick and process in return for a cool drink, a snack or two and maybe some fruits of their labour? I'm sure you'd find a few that would be happy to help.

  • Green Mulberries are used to lift the stains of the ripe ones from your skin.

  • wow that certainly is an awesome tree - well done on all the preserving -lovemulberry wine and mulberry cordial...  we had a bumper crop this year  considering the trees have only been in the ground 12 months or so - I think we over did it though  we planted 7 trees last year and 3 this year .... yikes if they all grow that big ! we will need a factory ! 

  • You two put your harvest to such good use each time. It's a credit to you.

    Incredible tree!

  • My Goodness that is a big tree James no wonder you can do so much with all the Mulberries, but good on you for doing it. You both must be a sight after you have picked for a while, all that Mulberry juice.

  • I've finally got a break in harvesting and processing mulberries. It's a full time job, juicing for wine making,  preserving whole fruit,  and jam making. I have 45 liters of pure juice and a further 10 liters to come, Ive made 4 liters  of jam and  have stewed whole fruit which will be bottled.

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