| Uses: Culinary/Medicinal
|| Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 5-9) |
| When to Sow: Spring
|| Ease of Germination: Moderate |
Handsome tree bearing sweet, juicy berries that make fine conserves and wine. Rootbark decoction is a traditional remedy for tapeworms. Hardy in southwestern Ontario and B.C. coastal regions. |
Please note: a small percentage (<5%) of mulberry plants grown from seeds may be non-flowering and therefore non-fruiting. If fruits are important to you, plant more than one plant to be sure you get at least one fruiting tree.
Please note that a small percentage of seedgrown plants will be non-flowering and therefore non-fruiting.