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While very popular in Central Asia and the Middle East, most of us are not familiar with this exotic taste treat. Imagine a large, juicy, and very sweet blackberry growing on a tree! Our delicious Mulberries range in color from very dark purple to white and ripen in mid-summer to fall. Beautiful ornamental trees with dark green, tropical-like foliage, many Mulberry varieties can reach 20 ft. or more in height when fully mature. Fortunately, they are slow growing in our Northwest climate and are easy to keep small with pruning.

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Contorted Mulberry

Contorted Mulberry

This very rare and unique Mulberry features gnarled and twisted branches and grows to only 6-8 ft. in height. Enjoy this beautiful and unusual effect especially after leaves fall. An added benefit is the small, tasty, sweet black fruit.
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$ 24.95
Weeping Mulberry

Weeping Mulberry

A beautiful accent plant for your yard or in a pot on your deck or patio, this exotic ornamental and fruiting plant will grow to only 6-8 ft. in height. Weeping Mulberry bears small, sweet and tasty, jet black fruit.
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$ 24.95
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