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Illinois Everbearing Mulberry

Illinois Everbearing Mulberry
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Product Details

Growing Zones: 4-8 outdoors

(hardy down to -20℉) 
    
    
    
      4-8 outdoors
    
   Map 4-8 outdoors
Mature Height:
30-35 ft.
Mature Width:
30-35 ft.
Sunlight:
Full-Partial
Growth Rate:
Fast
Harvest Time:
June - August
Year to Bear:
Fruits 1st Year!
Botanical Name:
Morus 'Illinois Everbearing
Does Not Ship To:
AZ

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Product Description

Grow an endless supply of sweet berries all summer long

The Illinois Everbearing Mulberry is the mulberry variety that is most often used in jams, pies, muffins and more because they have an incredibly sweet and delicious flavor.  

Each large berry has a firm texture, with soft juicy flesh on the inside. When eaten fresh each mulberry provides a satisfying crunch with a rush of refreshing berry juice.  

You will never run out of fruit because the Illinois Everbearing Mulberry continues to produce berries all summer long, from June until September so you can enjoy them in your favorite recipes for months. They stand out in the landscape with a shade of bright red before ripening to a shade of purple to black. 

By growing up to about 35 feet tall with a thick, lush canopy the Illinois Mulberry transforms the landscape by adding vibrant, green beauty. This mulberry variety is even more beautiful in the spring when it erupts with hundreds of bright yellow trumpet shaped blooms that attract butterflies.  

The Illinois Everbearing Mulberry thrives almost anywhere in the country. It can handle the ice and snow up North as well as the heat and droughts in the South. By being one of the most disease and pest resistant mulberry varieties available it doesn’t require any babying. Once planted these trees will produce tons of mulberries without making a fuss. 

Pollination Info

Illinois Everbearing Mulberry Pollination

Illinois Everbearing Mulberrys are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Illinois Everbearing Mulberry will drastically increase the size of your crop.

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06/04/2019
Laura M.
United States

So far so good.

It's been a few months and it's still alive.

NV
05/05/2019
Nathan V Okorn

Can't wait.

Nice looking tree in a small pot. Excellent value.

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04/26/2019
Anonymous
United States

Productive and strong tree

I bought the first Chicago everbearing Mulberry from Fast growing Trees three years ago. The tree is doing very well and productive. The fruit is sweet. It does not necessarily bear fruit until the fall, but you can pick fruits for a good couple of month. I just planted the second tree in the last month. So far so good.


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