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The mulberry tree is well known as a heavy crop producer of berries that appear and ripen in March as the earliest maturing  fruit grown.  The mulberries quality and sweetness varies depending on which cultivar is grown, and the mulberry clusters mature in colors of black, red or white, and some cultivars contain high enough sugar concentration that the berries can be dried for eating later in the winter.  Call Aaron's farm Mulberry tree nursery to understand what is the best cultivar for you to plant in your area.

Gelato Red Mulberry Tree Mystic Red Mulberry Tree Persian Mulberry Tree Superberry Black Mulberry Tree Whitey White Mulberry Tree
Gelato Red Mulberry Tree Mystic Red Mulberry Tree Persian Mulberry Tree Superberry Black Mulberry Tree Whitey White Mulberry Tree
USDA Zones 3-9 USDA Zones 4-10 USDA Zones 4-11 USDA Zones 3-9 USDA Zones 6-11
Whitey White Mulberry Plant
Mystic Red Mulberry
Persian Mulberry Trees

I'll never forget the first time I bit into a Mulberry that was grown on the tree I planted in my backyard. Not only was I satisfied with the flavor, I was overwhelmed with an accomplished feeling knowing I had taken care of the tree and cared for it until it finally produced fruit for me. With many different varieties I'm sure we can select one that will grow perfectly in your zone. Different sizes, shapes, and even colors; we'll be able to find something that will meet the needs of any future planter.