Morus spp., Mulberry Fruit Tree (0.5mH)
Mulberry trees (Morus spp.) enjoyed popularity in years past as ornamental shade trees, as well as for their copious edible fruit. They make lovely, fast-growing landscape trees with the added bonus of producing delicious berries and leaves suitable for steeping as tea. The berries are really the stand out though. They look much like elongated blackberries and are sinfully sweet.
Sunlight: Full sun
Water: 3-4 times a week thoroughly.
Fertiliser: Recommend slow-release nitricote or Aquis organic lactobacilus fertilizer.
Plant Size: Approx. 50 cmH (vary in sizes)
Rootball Size: ø 26cn x 22cm H
Pot Type: Plant comes in a plastic pot with drainage hole.