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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White mulberry tree is invasive
Answer: Your mulberry tree looks like a white mulberry. According to Sally S. Weeks, dendrologist at the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources at Purdue University, white mulberry is a prolific fruit producer and is often found in open sunny sites. Fort Wayne Journal Gazette [ story ]
Global Mulberry Fruit Extract Market 2022 Trends Forecast Analysis by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application
The Global and Chinese Mulberry Fruit Extract market report provide emerging opportunities in the Mulberry Fruit Extract markets and the future impact of major drivers and challenges and, support decision makers in making cost-effective business decisions. MilTech [ story ]
Top health benefits of mulberry
Its raw state is high in potassium, iron and Vitamin C. There is also a significant amount of calorie, Vitamin K, phosphorous and dietary fibre in ripe mulberries. While its pollen is known to trigger asthma, mulberry fruit has several health benefits ... The Statesman [ story ]