Considering silk production? If so you will need a field full of white mulberry which is the food plant of silkworms. They are attractive trees whose leaves, bark and fruit have had many medical uses over the years and the fruit is highly edible. A bit more tart to the taste buds than the black mulberry but some such as myself may find that preferable. They also do not travel well so are a straight from the tree and into the mouth fruit. The deciduous leaves on mature trees grow up to 15cm and are unlobed with serrated margins. growth on young plants can be much larger. Max height 20mtrs but usually nearer 10mtrs. Any moist but well drained soil in full sun. Please note the plants are not organically grown and we do use fungicides at the nursery which may kill silkworms so the plants will need to be given 6 months before use as silkworm food.
Sent as a young plant in a 9cm pot.
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