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Re: Paper Mulberry
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- Subject: Re: Paper Mulberry
- From: Cecile Webster <CWebz@AOL.COM>
- Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 08:57:12 EDT
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These places sell seeds (10 for $2.50+shipping, which will probably be more
than the seeds).
<A HREF="http://www.boldweb.com/greenweb/trees.htm">GreenWeb's Exotic Tree
<A HREF="http://www.johnnycyberseed.com/019/01900635.htm">Johnny Cyberseed :
PAPER MULBERRY, Broussonet...
Here's a spot that tells about cultivation of the plant for making tapa (in
Hawaii). This is probably how one would cultivate good bark for paper as
well. They also have sources for plants in Hawaii, but one can often import
plants and seeds from there. It also says you can grow the trees from "root
shoots", so if someone has a tree, perhaps you could get shoots to grow.
<A HREF="http://www.hawaii.gov/health/oeqc/eioegwau.htm">How to plant a
native Hawaiian garden - wauke
Cecile in Chicago