I have Sweet Lavender. It’s almost totally white. It tastes fine but has a less complex flavor than the other mulberries I have eaten. It may not bee quite as productive but my tree is still young. I would recommend planting it if it’s near a house. If it’s in a food forest, I’d try a variety of trees.
I prefer the mulberries that grow wild or feral here. They have black fruit and stain badly, including teeth and lips. I believe they are Morus rubra, but I understand we have a lot of hybrids. Does anyone know if there are still pure, native Morus rubra in Missouri?
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