White Mulberry Fruit Tree (4-5′)

November 8, 2019 - Comment

White Mulberry Trees (Morus Alba) are native to Asia, the middle east, and the eastern half of North America. The trees were widely grown in the 18th and 19th centuries to host silkworms, to supply the lucrative silk trade. Mulberries are generally eaten fresh, but also can be made into jelly or syrups for flavoring

White Mulberry Trees (Morus Alba) are native to Asia, the middle east, and the eastern half of North America. The trees were widely grown in the 18th and 19th centuries to host silkworms, to supply the lucrative silk trade. Mulberries are generally eaten fresh, but also can be made into jelly or syrups for flavoring ice creams, yogurts, or cakes. This is a rapid grower, typically from 15 to 50 feet, depending on variety. Mulberry trees are often referred to as blackberry trees because the fruits resemble long, slender blackberries. The flavor is much like a blackberry, but has its own exotic taste. HEIGHT: 15-50’WIDTH: 20′ Prefers full sun to partial shade Plant in nearly any soil type. Has excellent cold hardiness and drought tolerance. Zones: 4-8 What you are purchasing a a White Mulberry Tree at 4-5′ wrapped in soil and paper for easy planting. Handle with care.

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