Mulberry

Mulberry trees are well-known in Asia because silkworms feed on their leaves. The mulberry trees (Morus alba, of the family Moraceae) grown in the northern United States are large and grown for ornamental purposes, as a windbreak, and also for their fruit, which is very attractive to birds. The trees are prolific in fruit production. The more tender black mulberry (M. nigra and M. rubra) is grown in the south. The fruit resembles a blackberry and has a fruity but rather insipid flavor. The fruit is used for juice, jam, jelly, toppings, and the like.

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