Mulberry - White
Native to China and Japan, the white mulberry tree (Morus alba) has been cultivated for thousands of years there, where it is the preferred food source of silk worms. In the early 1800s, enterprising settlers brought white mulberry trees to the West, hoping to start a silk industry.
White mulberries are hardy, they grow in almost any soil, but prefer full sun and well-draining, rich, slightly acidic soil.
Its whitish-pink fruit is sometimes referred to as “nature’s candy” due to its highly sweet characteristics. Delicious when eaten freshly picked, White Mulberries are also excellent when dried.
|Botanical Name||Morus alba|
|Seed Packet||20 Seeds|