Unique Foliage on a Hardy Shade TreeFruitless White Mulberry is a terrific tree for general landscape purposes. Plant one in your front or side yard for beauty and shade. These hardy trees do especially well in areas where other trees in your yard might struggle. Most Mulberry varieties were introduced in the US because of their interest to the silkworm industry. That particular industry failed to thrive here, but the Mulberry remained as a favorite of many homeowners. Its most interesting feature is its one-of-a-kind foliage. Some of the light green leaves are deeply lobed, others heart-shaped, with a variety of shapes and sizes that make this tree a delight. When autumn arrives, your Mulberry’s leaves will transition to a subtle yellow/gold tone for some added fall color. Unlike fruited varieties, this White Mulberry is perfect for locations where you’d enjoy its unique appearance, but would rather not have to deal with its falling red fruits. This Fruitless White Mulberry is a deciduous tree that grows up to 35 to 60 feet in height, depending upon the conditions. It’s a highly adaptive tree, tolerant of many conditions and quite easy to grow. Its hardy nature, ease of care and unique foliage are sure to make the Fruitless White Mulberry a favorite of yours this summer! * Landscape/shade tree* Fast growing * Hardy * East to grow * Heat tolerant * Seaside tolerant * Texas root rot resistant * Tolerant of a variety of soils * Drought resistant (once established).
Stain-your-chin Deliciousness!You can always tell the kids who have been in the mulberry patch. They’re the ones with the hands and chins stained purple-red from the mulberry juice and the huge goofy grins on their faces. Fruiting Dwarf Black Mulberry is the queen of mulberries. Considered by berry connoisseurs to be the best tasting of all the black mulberries, the soft, juicy fruits are some of the largest available to the home gardener. The shiny black berries are intensely flavored with a sweet tartness that puckers the lips and pleases the tongue. This is a naturally dwarf mulberry plant, so it branches low. It can be left to grow to its full height of 6-10 feet or pruned to a small tree, depending on where you’re growing it. This type of mulberry can crop multiple times through the summer, with fruit ripening over an extended period of time instead of overwhelming you with one huge crop at once. It can bear from July to September, giving you a summer’s worth of fresh berries! Wait until the fruit is ripe to pick it, because the berries won’t continue ripening once they are off of the tree. Even though the tree is dwarf, the berries are not. They are as large as their full-sized kin. So, if you’re looking for classic summer fun and a healthy treat, make sure to buy a few Fruiting Dwarf Black Mulberry trees from us today and enjoy the summer bounty! * Best mulberry taste * Long fruiting season can last for months * Naturally dwarf for small gardens .
Carefree Tree with Delicious FruitThe Red Mulberry tree, Morus rubra, is a fruit-bearing tree that is not only lovely, but useful to both humans and wildlife. The most attractive feature of this tree is the fruit it produces. Look closely in the spring and you’ll notice small, green catkin-like spikes amid your Red Mulberry’s branches. These will soon turn into the raspberry-like berries that you’ve been waiting for. Each berry is a fascinating site to behold as it transforms through deepening shades of red then to a deep purple.When you step outside in the morning, you’ll likely hear the chirps and cheeps of the neighborhood birds filling your Red Mulberry tree as they share in the bounty. Mulberries can be eaten directly from your tree, or save some for pies, preserves and wine. They’re a delicious sweet treat on a summer day. Your Red Mulberry tree has a rounded crown and grows to about 50 feet. The 5 inch oblong, toothed dark green leaves are particularly interesting because each tree can have several different shaped leaves. When fall approaches, the leaves turn a lively yellow to brighten your yard. A Red Mulberry tree is an essential addition to any yard where an easy-to-care-for fruit tree is desired. Simply plant and wait…soon you’ll have a beautiful tree and delicious harvest for yourself and wildlife. * Care-free tree * Edible fruit * Attractive to wildlife .
Fast-Growing Tree with Edible FruitThe White Mulberry is a fast-growing, deciduous tree that produces an edible harvest. Plant one in a side yard where you can enjoy its features without concerns about dropping fruit. Your Mulberry can reach a height of 50 feet with an equal spread. The crown tends toward a spreading nature which is popular with wildlife. Birds will enjoy visiting your yard for the shelter and food your tree provides. One inch raspberry-like fruits ripen in early to mid summer, and attain a delectable red-pink hue. You’ll know the fruit is ripe when your tree is alive with the excited cheeps of the songbirds that have come to feast. You’ll enjoy the fruit for a snack right from your very own tree, or save some of the sweet berries. Homemade Mulberry preserves or wine is hard to come by and is a special, rare gift for friends and family. The White Mulberry’s autumn raiment includes various shades of yellow, adding a bit of fall color to your landscape. The White Mulberry is wonderful as a shade tree or windbreak. It requires very little care and can tolerate drought, frost or poor soils.If you’d like a durable tree that produces delicious fruit every year, look no further than the White Mulberry. * Edible fruit * Wildlife interest * Drought tolerant .