Morus alba var. tatarica
These are Russian mulberry seedlings that can be used as rootstock and as wildlife and edible landscaping plantings. The fruit is particularly enjoyed by a variety of bird species. The trees will produce fruit varied in size and sweetness. Fruit can be red, black, or white. These trees can grow very quickly, and are a great choice for providing shade and fodder for livestock. They can thrive in dry, poor sites where other trees struggle. Plant at least five trees to ensure fruit production.
Zone: 4-8 (Map)
Habitat: Prefers full sun, but will tolerate partial shade. Can thrive in a variety of soils.
Growth: 30 ft tall, 25 ft wide at maturity.