Mulberry Trees

Mulberry trees are an old fashioned tree that used to be grown on many homesteads in earlier times. Yielding delicious black berry like fruit early in Spring, they also make a wonderful shade tree

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  • BLACK MULBERRY

    Dwarf Black Mulberry

    Out of stock

    Dwarf Black Mulberry is a genuinely dwarfed version of the standard black mulberry tree, perfect for small spaces and little backyards, the dwarf black mulberry tree will grow to approx 2 metres in height, and remain at a manageable small size, giving ease of picking, pruning and netting, the tree bears normal sized berries

  • white-mulberry

    White Silkworm mulberry

    Out of stock

    The White Silkworm mulberry sports long greenish yellow berries maturing late spring, fast growing, drought tolerant, dark green foliage is very important as food for silk worms

  • King White mulberry

    King White Shahtoot mulberry

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    The King White Shahtoot mulberry is the largest of the mulberries, sometimes coming in at 10 cm in length!  White in colour, they begin to go sweet when they are still half green, and become honeyed and sweet when fully ripe. 30% sugar content, in some places the fruit is dried and reduces down to an intensely sweet little snack, preserved and stored for winter, ripened in late October at our place this year

  • BLACK MULBERRY

    Black English mulberry

    Out of stock

    Not as vigorous a tree as Hick’s Fancy, and the Black English mulberry may be a little slower growing in the early years, but the mulberries are probably the best for flavour - the richest and sweetest, ripens much later than any other mulberries

  • Hicks Fancy mulberry

    Hicks Fancy mulberry

    Out of stock

    The Hicks Fancy mulberry is a lovely old shade tree which has small elongated red berries on it, cropping late August and into September, coming in the ‘hungry time’ in the garden when there is not a lot else around, so fills a gap nicely. My children like to stand at the tree and just stuff them into their mouths, but the fruit are more often made into a rich sweet jam which becomes thick like toffee if cooked extra long. Good drought tolerance once established

We are closed for the 2017 season but will reopen and take orders for 2018 SOON.