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    Black English mulberry

    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
    $46.00 inc. GST

  • Hicks Fancy mulberry

    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
    $24.00 inc. GST

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