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Everbearing Mulberry Tree

Morus nigra

An ornamental shade tree that also produces fruit

  • Fast growth with attractive heart-shaped foliage
  • Sweet, juicy fruit that resembles a blackberry
  • Abundant harvests from June to August
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Delicious Berries on a Majestic Tree

Delicious Berries the First Year
"Here we go 'round the Mulberry Bush..." Do you remember singing that song as a child? What exactly is a mulberry? You don't see them in the supermarket, but if you like blackberries - you'll LOVE mulberries. And you can grow your own tree! This Black Beauty produces succulent mulberries (that offer even more juicy flavor than blackberries!) The delicious and nutritious fruit grows in abundance from June to August. It's special because the berries ripen over an extended period of time... unlike many fruits which ripen all at once. This easy-to-grow tree will provide you and your family with enough fruit to keep you happy all summer.

Expect berries your very first year. Plant your tree in full sun to enjoy a delightful display of flowers around May. Then, it quickly sets fruit. You'll pick a surprising amount of berries, and while they're absolutely delicious right off the vine, you can preserve them to enjoy throughout the year. Mulberries make tasty jams, jellies and taste amazing in pies.

Majestic Shade Tree
It's not just a prolific producer of luscious fruit - the Black Beauty Mulberry quickly matures into a stately ornamental tree. Swiftly reaching heights up to 15 feet tall and 10 feet wide, it's a magnificent sight. Featuring large heart-shaped leaves, some sculpted with lobes, it's a beautiful tree that offers year-round interest. The bark on younger trees is typically an attractive orangish color, maturing to gray-brown.

You'll gain significant shade from the sun during the summer months, saving you money on your electric bills, while letting in much-needed sunlight during the winter.

Low Maintenance
Don't be fooled by its beauty or ability to produce a massive amount of fruit. It's not complicated to own this tree at all! We've groomed it here at our nursery until it's ready for your landscape. Just plant it and enjoy watching it flower and fruit the first year. Our Black Beauty Mulberry trees are drought tolerant and extremely sturdy - able to tolerate high winds, extreme heat, poor soil, and pollution.

If you want a fruit tree that doubles as an attractive ornamental, then we highly recommend this tree. Always in demand, we tend to sell out quickly, so order now!

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Product Details

    Mature Height:15 ft.
    Mature Width:8-10 ft.
    Sunlight:Full Sun
    Growth Rate:Fast
    Year to Bear:Can Fruit the 1st Year!
    Botanical Name:Morus nigra
    Does Not Ship To:AZ,OR
    Grows Well In Zones:4-10 outdoors
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    Growing Zones: 4-10 outdoors

    (hardy down to -20℉)

    Customer Reviews & Photos


    Based on 292 reviews

    Scott P.

    Tough tree!

    I got my Everbearing Mulberry in early 2022. I'm writing this review in May 2024. Had a few fruits in 2023, but this year it has been prolific. I'm in central Texas, so it has survived two very hot, very dry summers and one surprise ice storm. Two columnar apple trees and one of two cherry trees were casualties of our climate but the Mulberry feels right at home here. I'm using it not only for the fruit, but when I need to prune it, the foliage makes great fodder for my meat rabbits.

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    Michael W.
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    Everbearing Mulberry

    I got one and it was growing buds when I got it, must have done something wrong with the planting. I thought it was dying but the roots sprouted more groth. fertilizer is a mus I didn't apply any, They have some but it isn't dispady well so fined it and add it to your cart. Michael

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    Rusty W.
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    Looking Good

    I got two and planted them beside the pet cemetery entrance April 13. They are looking good and appear healthy on May 12. We've had rain every 3 or four days the last three weeks.

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    Catherine C.
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    Was packaged well and is

    Was packaged well and is healthy.

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    Robert C.
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    Item survived haphazard transport

    Item was dried out on arrival. It was shipped in a plastic pot that was too large for the root system and roots were exposed to air and rough handling during shipment. Item was nursed back to health and planted within a few days.

    Fast Growing Trees Plant ExpertHello Robert! Thank you for sharing your experience with us. We apologize for the rough handling during shipment and are glad to hear that your item was nursed back to health. We look forward to serving you better in the future!
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