Morus spp.
Very popular in Central Asia and the Middle East, Mulberries are prized for their juicy, sweet and delicious fruit. Mulberry fruit resembles a Blackberry and is great eaten fresh and dried for tasty winter snacks. Attractive small to medium size trees, they feature dark green, tropical-looking foliage, which is used to feed silkworms. Our Mulberry varieties are self-fertile and hardy to minus 25°F.
Contorted Mulberry
Morus bombycis ‘Unryu’
A very rare and unique variety, Contorted Mulberry grows to only 6-8 ft. in height and features small, tasty, black fruit and gnarled and twisted branches This unusual and striking form is especially striking after leaf fall. 3612
Illinois Everbearing
Morus alba x rubra
A superior variety for the Northwest and other regions of the US, Illinois Everbearing is prized for its reliable crops of tasty, 1-1/2" long fruit, which ripen from late June until early fall. 3620
Weeping Mulberry
Morus alba pendula
This attractive, compact tree is great for decorating a yard, deck or patio. Weeping Mulberry will grow to only 6-8 ft. in height and bears small, sweet and tasty, jet black fruit. 3640
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