Frank P Matthews
Mulberry trees are trees of great character that become gnarled and picturesque with age. They have large, broad, heart shaped leaves turning butter yellow in the autumn. Delicious, large and succulent fruits crop early in life. Sharp and intense flavour. Can be eaten fresh or used in jams. Harvesting is best done each day.
If hand picked, the fruits will be bruised and cause staining to the fingers and clothes. For a clean operation, take a large sheet and lay it under the tree and shake the boughs vigorously.
Perform best when planted in a sunny, well drained site. Mulberry trees can also be grown against walls if space is limited. Self fertile.
Large and succulent fruit cropping early in life. An intensely rich flavour, eat fresh or cook. Small, wide spreading.
A unique mulberry that fruits from an early age. Can be grown in a container. Protect from frost.
Small weeping tree. The small, white fruits turn reddish-pink as they mature.
This white fruited Mulberry is large and sweet, hardy and very productive from an early age.
Fruit is 2-3 times the size of regular mulberries and just as juicy and delicious! Frost sensitive and heavy cropper.
Produces heavy crops of very long, tasty and succulent white mulberries. Large luscious leaves.
Tasty, small, black fruit are produced from an early age. Hardy and vigorous.
A large fruiting form derived from an old tree in Jerusalem. Produces large sized, delicious fruits; sweet and juicy!
A productive variety producing large, black red delicious juicy fruits. Heart shaped leaves turn a wonderful yellow in autumn.