Morus nigra (Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry)
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Morus nigra, commonly referred to as black mulberry, is an introduced tree well known for its edible fruits, which somewhat resemble long, skinny blackberries. Although a typical black mulberry grows as a medium sized tree, the dwarf everbearing mulberry reaches a mature height of only two to six feet tall, and produces fruit from late summer into the fall.
Preferring fertile and moist well-drained soil, dwarf everbearing mulberry can be grown in the ground or in containers thanks to its compact size and, once established, becomes drought tolerant. Berries are delicious, and attract birds and wildlife, and greens are edible too! This Morus nigra selection makes for a small, manageable, fruit bush that will add interest to the landscape and berry stains to your hands! Juicy berries can (and will) stain, so care should be taken to plant Morus nigra away from sidewalks and pavement.