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the white ones I tried in Russia are very tasty as well as black and red, even tastier sometimes.
I´ve heard that there are white and purple, and nearly black ones too - but I was told that these are different varieties.
You say great! and some of them are delicious. But the mess they leave behind is disgusting. I have 7 mullberry trees in my yard. And about 4 billion flies, and insects feeding on them. Now we know why more people dont use them as shade trees here in california. We have several trees which only produce white berrys which dont taste good. Someone claimed they maybe male/female (purple/white).. I have yet to research them for my own spotting, but our yard is covered w/ seeds too..(if anyone wants some hahah)
Ah great! Mulberry! Does anyone know how to make a seedling???
Makes me hungry just looking at the first picture! A year ago I went Mulberry picking in Florida.
Spotted on Jul 1, 2011 Submitted on Jul 1, 2011