Everbearing Dwarf Mulberry Tree
Exotic, sweet, and delicious, taste a little like Boysenberry very popular in Central Asia and the Middle East. Now we can grow and enjoy this juicy and nutritious fruit! Mulberry fruit resembles a Blackberry, the fruit can be eaten fresh and can be dried for tasty winter snacks. Mulberries are pest and disease resistant and form an attractive, small tree with dark green, tropical foliage. Along the ancient Silk Road in Central Asia, Mulberries are widely grown for their foliage, which is used to feed silkworms. Site and Soil: Mulberries like 1/2 day to full sun and well-drained soil.
The Dwarf Mulberry is self-fertile. Hardy to 0° F, possibly lower once established Bearing Age: 2 – 3 years after planting. Grows to a height of 12-15 ft. in height it Blooms in Spring, Ripens July to September Yield: 15-25 lbs. Mulberries are not bothered by pests or diseases. Zones 6-10