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Saturday, 30 July 2011 17:25


The mulberry is a fast growing, medium sized spreading tree that reaches heights of 15m. All three mulberry species are deciduous and are usually drooping or pyramidal in shape. Both the black and white mulberries are indigenous to China with the red originating from America. If you are looking for a great shade tree in summer with thick, dense lush green foliage and delicious plentiful crops of either juicy crimson black, red or white fruits in spring, the mulberry is the perfect solution for your garden.

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