Rare and hard-to-find, this dwarf mulberry performs... more
Morus alba Issai - dwarf Mulberry
Rare and hard-to-find, this dwarf mulberry performs admirably as a container plant. The fruit is larger than dwarf mulberry and the plant flowers and fruits most of the year in repeating cycles. When grown as a container plant, its plump sweet fruit is easily picked and is also easily protected from birds with lightweight netting. It is hardy as a garden plant in zones 5-9. When grown outdoors, it is deciduous. When grown inside, it will hold its leaves and continue to flower and fruit as long as the light level is high enough.
Florida Giant Mulberry - produces long narrow fruit,... more
Morus hybrid - Mulberry, Florida Giant
Florida Giant Mulberry - produces long narrow fruit, about 2 inches long, light purple in color. Flesh is sweet with just right balance of sweet and sour. Vigorous tree, often grows 6-10 ft per year. Large heart shaped leaves make tree very attractive. Despite the name, it's reportedly hardy to zone 6
Dwarf Everbearing mulberry. A beautiful ornamental... more
Morus sp. - Mulberry, Dwarf Everbearing
Dwarf Everbearing mulberry. A beautiful ornamental bearing sweet, juicy fruit. Tree is of a dwarf habit (can be maintained 6-10 ft tall), extremely hardy and productive. Great for container culture. Disease and drought resistant. Beginning the very first year, you can enjoy its fruit almost year round. "Revelation 22: Verse 2: In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month. and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations."