Mulberry 'Shangri La' (Morus alba x rubra)

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This berry packs a lot of punch! Full of juice and flavor (protein and fiber, too!), the Shangri La Mulberry is an excellent tree for yard grazing. You won't find this delicious fruit in stores, but you can pick ripe mulberries off of your very own trees for several months of the year.

Mulberries are native to America. They can grow quite large or be kept smaller in pots, while still fruiting heavily.  The Shangri La variety yields large, succulent black fruit. It's one of our most fast-growing, high producing varieties here at the food forest. 

Plant Type: 
Tropical / Subtropical Deciduous Fruit Tree

Harvest Season: 
Spring, Summer, Fall

Mature Size: 
Up to 6-60 ft. depending on variety

Soil & Moisture: 
Warm, well-drained, rich, deep soil. Average moisture.

Light Requirements: 
Full Sun, Part Shade

Self-Fertile: 
Yes

Growth Rate: 
Fast

Zone Hardiness: 
Outdoors 6-11 (frost protection until established); Patio/Greenhouse 4+

Propagation: 
Small Pot Size: Grown from cutting or tissue culture and capable to produce within 1-2 years.
Medium Pot Size: Grown from cutting and capable to produce within 1 year.
Large Pot Size: Grown from cutting and capable to produce.
X-Large Pot Size: Grown from cutting and capable to produce.

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Small: 2" Peat Pots
Medium: 4" Coconut Coir Pot
Large: 6" Peat Pot
X-Large: 8-10" Pot 
Citrus: 4x14" Pot

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Mulberry tree is excellent for yard grazing, and is great for hedge planting. You won't find this delicious fruit in stores, but you can pick ripe mulberries off of your very own trees nearly year-round. It's aesthetic and nearly year-round fruiting nature make this plant a desirable addition to your edible landscape.  Mulberries can be planted in the ground in Zones 6-11 or growing smaller in pots, while still fruiting heavily.

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