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Product Description:

Our Dwarf Everbearing mulberry can tuck into the tightest landscape or thrive in a pot on the patio. Easy to maintain, it will produce full-size berries that are sweet with a delicious, rich flavor reminiscent of blackberries.

Mulberry plants are 1 year old and ship mid to late April in 3 ½ inch pots. Order early for best availability. Detailed planting information and growing instructions are included with each order. Available only in the contiguous US.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Carissa B.
Great, small tree

It's doing great and is taking off after plating it a few days after receiving it. The tree is tiny, but healthy. I would order more.

Daniel K.

Still too young to bear fruit, but the plant is doing well.

L G.
Received 2022, growing fast

I planted my mulberry in a pot after I received it in spring 2022. its grown to about 3'. Now I've finally found a place for it in the ground and its growing fast. It has never bloomed, though.

Planted in 2022

Zone 6B. It came 6 inches tall in a 4 inch pot. I planted it outside when it grew a bit and the weather was reliably warm. It got 18 inches tall in 2022 and this year it's 8-9 feet. I hope it tops out. The trunk is 4 inches in diameter. I'm a little concerned because I have planted it in a spot good enough for a 4-6 foot tree.
Am I supposed to trim it to keep it small? No flowers yet, and it's bigger than advertised. So I'm giving it 4 stars.

Wow! You can definitely prune to keep it smaller! We recommend pruning during late winter.

Plant Spacing 2–3'
Plant height 4–6'
Hardiness Zone 5–10
Bearing Age 2–3 years
Ripening Time Summer/fall
Pollinator Required No

Morus nigra Mulberries have been prized for centuries, and we’re happy to offer a variety that even gardeners with very limited space can accommodate. Ripening continuously throughout the season, the multipurpose fruit is good for jam, pies, juice and wine. Wildlife relish the fruit, and the leaves are the sole source of food for silk worms!

Initial Instructions
After unpacking, allow the plant a few days to gradually acclimate to full sun exposure and nighttime temperatures. Mulberries prefer slightly acidic soil (pH approximately 5.5-6.5). Choose a location in full sun with good drainage. Dig a hole approximately twice the size of the pot that the plant arrived in. Set the mulberry slightly higher than the existing soil line, backfill, gently tamp to firm the soil and remove air pockets, and water well. We recommend removing the first year’s blossoms as they appear. This diverts the plant’s energy and allows it to establish a strong root system. If you choose to keep your mulberry in a pot, choose a container that is at least 1-gallon capacity for the first growing season, and plan to up-pot as the plant grows.

Water regularly during the first growing season, but do not allow the soil to become soggy. Mulberries require about 1 inch of water per week during the growing season. Spread about ¼ cup of Territorial’s Complete Fertilizer around the base of the plant in early spring. Distribute the fertilizer evenly from the canopy line of the plant in towards the trunk, but avoid piling the fertilizer against the trunk. Scratch the fertilizer into the top of the soil and water in. Prune plants in late winter if necessary to maintain shape or anytime to remove dead wood.

Start picking berries in summer. The berries will be large, very dark blue and sweet when ready.

Size at Maturity
4-6 feet tall (or smaller with pruning)

Mulberries are self-fertile

Pests & Diseases
Mulberries are generally not bothered by pests or disease

Soil Type
Mulberries prefer moist, slightly acidic (approximately 5.5-6.5 pH), well-draining soil rich in organic matter. Peat moss, sawdust and composted oak leaves are good amendments to add humus and lower the pH of the soil.

Light Requirements
Full sun to part shade

15-25 pounds per plant

Bloom Time

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