Mulberry Morus alba tatarica

£8.00

Russian mulberry. The hardiest mulberry, a small bushy-headed tree to 6m (20 ft) high, often used in windbreaks. The sweet fruits are edible, as are young leaves & shoots (cooked). The inner bark is used to make paper and rope. Growth 4m (13 ft) in 10 years; hardy to -25°C.

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Description

Russian mulberry. The hardiest mulberry, a small bushy-headed tree to 6m (20 ft) high, often used in windbreaks. The sweet fruits are edible, as are young leaves & shoots (cooked). The inner bark is used to make paper and rope. Growth 4m (13 ft) in 10 years; hardy to -25°C.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg