WEEPING MULBERRY (STANDARD)
This weeping tree form produces deliciously sweet berries mid to late summer. The berries are similiar in appearance to blackberries and can be used in recipes as a substitute for such. Mulberry trees are generally not affected by any pests or diseases. A strong, fast grower with large, heart-shaped leaves and multiple weeping branches, this is a very ornamental specimen. Roots are shallow and berries will stain, so plant away from patios or walks and mulch around the tree. Tree is self-fertile.