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For a long time the cultivation of mistletoe on host trees on which it grows only rarely in nature, has been regarded as an ambitious challenge.

It is imperative for sustainable mistletoe cultivation on oak and elm trees to pick sites with a suitable climate and optimal soil conditions where selected trees can fully develop their disposition for mistletoe and can grow under the most natural and protected conditions possible.

At first mistletoe seeds are placed directly on young twigs of the treetop's periphery from where young mistletoe bushes are able to develop over many years. Later on birds may take over the further spreading of the mistletoe.

An ant investigating a mistletoe berry sticking to the topside of a branch

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