50 Black Mulberry Fruit Tree Seeds Morus nigra A++ SHADE TREE with EDIBLE FRUITS

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~ ~ ~ WE OFFER BOTH PKT. & BULK SIZES ~ ~ ~ Black Mulberry, Morus nigra, Tree Seeds Other Names: Black Mulberry Zone: 6 to 10 Hardiness: Trees are hardy to about 10-20F (it varies tree to tree). Growth rate: Slow-Moderate Plant Type: Medium sized deciduous fruiting tree Family: Moraceae Native Range: Western Asia. It has been cultivated in Europe for hundreds of years. Height: 20 to 30 feet Spread: 20 feet Shape: Variable in form, including drooping and pyramidal Bloom Time: Early spring Bloom Color: Green, white Flower/Fruit: male and female catkins are 1 to 3 inches long, the male flowers being narrower. Dark red, purple, or black fruit, at 1", the largest of the genus. Sun: Full Sun Fall Color: Yellow Drought tolerance: Mildly drought tolerant, but water should be provided during long dry spells. Water: Medium Maintenance: Low Site Requirements/ Soil Tolerances: Trees are fairly adaptable, but grow well in deep, moist soils. Fertilization is generally unnecessary. Mulberries need full sun and also adequate space. The distance between trees should be at least 15 feet. The trees should not be planted near a sidewalk. The fallen fruit will not only stain the walkway, but are likely to be tracked indoors. The trees are quite wind resistant. Culture: A mulberry tree can be kept to a tidy form by developing a set of main branches. It is not advisable to prune the trees heavily since the plant is inclined to bleed at the cuts. Cuts of more than two inches in diameter generally do not heal and should be avoided at all cost. The bleeding will be less severe if the tree is pruned while it is dormant. Uses: Fruits are eaten fresh or can be used just like any berry. Harvest Time: July through September.

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