Everbearing Mulberry

Morus rubra


A very rapid growing deciduous small tree, mulberry fruits very early in the spring and is an excellent wildlife food source at a time of year when there is little ripe fruit available. There are three species: Black, White, and the native Red Mulberry. Mulberries are an important early season source of food for wildlife, deer and game. Everbearing Mulberry is often smaller with a more bush-like growth habit. Very easy to grow.

Height 10' - 15'
Spread 15' - 20'
Tree Form Modified leader or multi-trunk
USDA Zone 6 - 10
Blooms April - May
Drops Fruit or Nut April - May
Soil Well-drained
Soil pH 5.5 - 7.0
Light requirements Full Sun
Pollination Self-pollinating
Suggested Pollinators Plant multiple trees for higher yields

Spacing 20' - 25'
Pruning Light pruning while young to create strong branch framework.
Fertilization Do not fertilize at planting. Once the trees are established, fertilize in early spring (Mar-April) as growth begins. Do not fertilize in the fall, which could promote late season tender growth that can be damaged by early frosts.
Watering Newly planted trees should be watered regularly. This is the most critical step in the establishment of your new trees. Please see the Watering section under "How to plant and grow" in our Learning Center.

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