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Mulberry tree gets a lift
Title : Mulberry tree gets a lift Mulberry tree gets a lift
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Source : Islander, 5 May 2005, p. 6
Date of creation : 2005
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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In 1836 or '37, European settlers at Reeves Point near Kingscote on Kangaroo Island sewed European plants. The Mulberry Tree is thought to be the last surviving plant from this early plantation.

After so many years, however, the tree needs a bit of a lift. This article outlines the installation of a new support system for the tree.

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Coverage year : 2005
Region : Kangaroo Island
Further reading :
'The mulberry tree', National Trust news, no.200 (Winter 1998), p.7
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