• Description: Deciduous tree that reaches up to 6m tall and bears fruit after 2-3 years. This variety is self-fertile.
  • Habitat: Grows in plant hardiness zones 5-9. Requires well-drained soils as well as partial to full sun exposure. Tolerant of dry, poor soils, and salt.
  • Edibility: The delicious, juicy, nutritious berries ripen July through September. The leaves have anti-inflammatory properties and can be brewed into a tasty tea that balances blood sugar and promotes heart health.
  • Fun Fact: Silk worms dine on white mulberry leaves.

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