Morus nigra (Black Mulberry Tree)
Genus : Morus
Eventual Height :
Eventual Spread :
full sun, south, east, west
Soil Drainage :
moist but well drained
Soil PH :
acid, alkaline, neutral
RHS Award of Garden Merit
Deciduous tree from Central to South Western Asia, with heart-shaped leaves and delicious, slightly acidic, raspberry-like fruit in late summer. With its relatively short trunk and outward growing branches, which become gnarled with age, it is well worth growing for its delightful architectural habit.
Price : £ Price : £65.00
Total Price : £65.00
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