Mulberry bushes are actually several species of trees from the genus Morus. Common names for Mulberry trees are usually specific to a particular species of Morus. Some common names follow the color, such as Black Mulberry for Morus nigra, Red Mulberry for Morus rubra, and White Mulberry for Morus alba. Some common names follow the native location, such as African Mulberry for Morus mesozygia, Chinese Mulberry for Morus australis, and Texas Mulberry for Morus microphylla. Morus trees are not to be confused with the closely related genus Broussonetia, also known as Mulberry, such as Broussonetia papyrifera, or Paper Mulberry.
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Let's eat: Mulberry Clafoutis
It's the hulking mulberry tree dangling over his porch and driveway that's got him so worried — He was sure the long-hanging fruit was poisonous. “You bet. And you're crazy if you don't, too,” I reply. Both of us are in luck: Even though the pavement ... Pittsburgh Post-Gazette [ story ]
5 reasons why you should eat mulberries
There are four varieties of this delicious fruit: black (morus nigra), red (morus rubra), white (morus alba) and Chinese mulberry (morus australis), each as nutritious and delicious as the other. Here are five good reasons why you should include ... TheHealthSite [ story ]
How a former drug addict helped transform Afghanistan's heroin ...
A former drug addict has helped transform Afghanistan's notorious heroin fields into fruit farms – and created a new energy bar in the process. James Brett, 47 ... The London Economic [ story ]