Morus alba (White Mulberry) is endemic to portions of China and India. Long leaves, petal-less blooms, and tiny berries that range in color from white to pink to dark purple distinguish this tree. White mulberry is now planted all over the world, and the leaves are used to feed silkworms and other animals. The fruit is also used to create juice, tea, jam, and dry snacks, and has a sweet, slightly tangy flavor. The white mulberry tree's leaves, bark, root, and fruit are also utilized in traditional medicine, and their possible health-promoting qualities have lately been investigated.
Botanical Name : Morus alba
Common Name : White Mulberry
Height : 50 ft
Spread : 25 ft
Germination Info : Seed requires 90-120 days cold moist stratification
Hardiness zone : 6+
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 12500