Morus alba pendula
This weeping mulberry makes an incredible feature tree, standing alone out the front, or in your back yard. We’ve planted them in troughs like in the picture. They form a shady archway and fruit from November.
Pendulous branches with large, glossy foliage and yummy berries in Spring time make this a garden favourite. Morus Alba is a good choice for warmer areas closer to the coast. The tree produces small, delicious, sweet, berries that start out a light pink, turning red, before developing into a deep red/black colour. The Weeping Mulberrry is a good choice for urban backyards (or front!) as they don’t grow as large as the Hicks Fancy.