The mulberry tree is among the mostwidespread deciduous trees in yards, gardens and parks. In addition to its ornamental value, mulberry tree is cultivated for its fruit,its wood which is used in the furniture industry, and for its leaves, which are used for feeding silkworms.

Mulberry tree has no particular preference for soil type. It grows best in fertile soils, which have a high content of organic matter and ensure good drainage. It is very resistant to cold and winter frost.



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