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Morus macroura, Morus alba var. laevigata, King White Mulberry,Shahtoot Mulberry, Tibetan Mulberry, Long Mulberry

Morus macroura, Morus alba var. laevigata

King White Mulberry,Shahtoot Mulberry, Tibetan Mulberry, Long Mulberry
Family: Moraceae
Origin: Tibet, Himalayas, Indochina
Can be used for bonsaiSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterEthnomedical plant.
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The aggregate fruits (syncarp) varies in colour when ripe from yellowish-white to almost black. It can be 6 - 12cm long.

The juice of the bark is applied to cuts and wounds.

The fresh fruit is used as a tonic and also to treat throat irritations.


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