Morus alba. A broad-crowned, small deciduous tree with heart-shaped dark green leaves, turning yellow in autumn. White-yellowish to slightly reddish, blackberry-like fruits. Very juicy and sweet. Harvest from mid-June. Self-fertile Hardy, prefers a sunny, sheltered site. White Mulberry
Name: Morus alba
Approx. Height and spread: 3M x 5M
Position: Full sun.
Soil Ph: All.
Moisture: Well drained soil. Moist, but well drained soil
‘The white mulberry is widely cultivated to feed the silkworms employed in the commercial production of silk. It is also notable for the rapid release of its pollen, which is launched at over half the speed of sound.’
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