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Black mulberry, Common mulberry
rounded tree with fruits which turn red and then dark purple in late summer when ripe
Buy MORUS nigra
- Good to know - best species for edible fruit. Pleasant, slightly acidic flavour. Imported into Britain in the 17th. century as the wrong plant for the raising of silkworms.
- Pests & Diseases - canker, coral spot, bacterial blight, powdery mildew.
- Place of Origin - uncertain, probably southwestern Asia.
- Hardy - very cold Winter - Hardy in all of UK and northern Europe. Plant can possibly withstand temperatures down to -20°C (-4°F)
- Height - in metres - 12m (40ft)
- Height Integer - 12
- Spread - in metres - 15m (50ft)
- Deciduous - ovate to heart-shaped, often doubly-toothed, leaves to 15cm (6in) long rough-textured above.
- Fruit - Plants which produce an edible or ornamental fruit
- Tree - rounded tree. Produces fruit to 2.5cm (1in) long.
- Zero Rated Item - No VAT on this plant
- Full Sun
- Fertile moist well-drained soil
Rounded to broadly spreading
Final Tree Size
Rootgrow - Large - 360g
(360gram sachet - inc c&p) £12.00
Rootgrow - Medium - 150g
(150gram sachet - inc c&p) £6.00
Vitax Q4 Pelleted Fertiliser 0.9 kg
(0.9 kg - c&p inc) £6.00
Vitax Q4 Pelleted Fertiliser 2.5 kg
(2.5 kg - c&p inc) £10.00
Vitax Q4 Pelleted Fertiliser 4.5 kg
(4.5 kg - c&p inc) £16.00
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