Mulberry Tree

Bunches of Juicy, Black Fruit

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Mulberry Tree

Bunches of Juicy, Black Fruit

  • Easy-care tree grows 25-40 ft. tall
  • Makes a good shade tree
  • Edible fruits ripen in July
An easy fruit tree to grow, the Hardy Mulberry is fast growing and reaches a height of 25-40 ft. tall. In late July, its juicy, purple-black, sweet and flavorful berries ripen. The berries are up to an inch long and good for eating fresh. They're most commonly used for making into jellies and deep purple wine. The berries also freeze well. The deciduous mulberry has shiny, dark green foliage and also makes a fine shade tree. Self-pollinating. Zones 4-8.
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  • Botanical Name: Morus nigra
  • Height: 25 - 40 feet
  • Spacing: 20 feet.
  • Depth:Plant at the same depth as in the nursery.
  • Spread:20 - 30 feet
  • Light Required:Full Sun
  • Pollinator:Mulberries can be either dioecious (meaning separate trees have the male and female reproductive parts) or monoecious (meaning male and female reproductive parts appear on the same tree) and can change from one sex to another at different stages. Two tree
  • Color: Green
  • Size: 18-24 In. Bareroot
  • Blooms: Late Spring
  • Fruit: Dark purple, sweet, 1/2 to 1 inch long.
  • Zone: 4-8
  • Form: Tree, mulberry.
  • Flower Form: Male and female flowers.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained moist soil.
  • Growth Rate: Rapid growth rate.
  • Pruning: Deciduous trees, like mulberry trees, are best pruned when the tree is dormant. Late Fall or early Spring is the best time, whether your tree is fruit bearing or not. Remove dead, broken, or diseased branches, and prune to retain its shape.
  • Foliage: Shiny, dark green foliage.

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