Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry Tree

Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry Tree

6 reviews
  • Great for containers!


  • Sweet
  • juicy berries ready to harvest in summer

  • Self fertile

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Pick Mulberries All Year Long With This Easy to Grow Fruit Tree

The Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry Tree is a lovely specimen to keep in your yard for fresh berries all year long!

Morus nigra’s, as it is botanically named, flowers form in early spring to produce medium-sized black berries continuously from early summer through fall. The long, sweet and juicy fruit has a short shelf life perfect for eating right off the tree or making jams, jellies, and wine. The juicy berries are about the size of blackberry and taste deliciously similar!

Black mulberry fruit has many health benefits including immune-boosting effects, chocked full of vitamin C, other vitamins, and antioxidants, and can even improve your vision! Not only that, but the intense flavor of the fruit can leave you salivating for more.

Dwarf Mulberry bushes are self-fertile fruit trees and you do not need another pollinator to cross-pollinate and produce the berries. You can grow the plant as a multi-stemmed bush or train it into a small tree. The Mulberry leaves are heart-shaped and abundant on the branches during the active growing seasons. Being deciduous, the tree will lose its green leaves over winter to go into dormancy and prepare for fruit production.

Only a small space is required to produce full-size berries with this dwarf tree. They are perfect for container growing or small spaces in your yard. Harvest the berries from May to July depending on your location and climate. You’ll have berries in the first year of planting!

DWARF EVERBEARING MULBERRY TREE CARE

Native mulberry trees prefer well-drained, fertile soil that is rich in nutrients. If your soil isn’t productive enough, you can amend the native soil in your landscape with our Fruit Tree Planting Mix. They are very forgiving and adaptable trees — can be grown in wet soil but are also drought-tolerant during dry spells. Fertilize annually to provide the nutrients it needs to produce a bounty of berries. Most mulberry varieties are pest and disease resistant.

ARE MULBERRY TREES EASY TO GROW?

Growing mulberry trees is not hard and any gardener can accomplish this. The ornamental trees will basically grow on their own with ease without much care and maintenance. With adequate warmth and sunlight, the cycle will be continuous of flowering and fruiting.

HOW FAST DO MULBERRY TREES GROW?

The mulberry tree growth rate is up to 1 foot per year. The mature size can reach up to 6-10 ft tall and 6-8 ft wide. Adding fertilizer will help speed up the growth rate of these edible fruit trees. You can also keep these trees pruned to any size you would like. Check out these other fast growing fruit trees to pair with it!

WHEN TO PRUNE MULBERRY TREES BOUGHT ONLINE

Pruning can depend on what your landscape goal is with this tree. You may want to keep it small and maintained in a container for easy picking or you may want to let it grow to its largest size so you can pick as many berries as the tree will produce. 

The absolute best time to prune mulberries is in late winter while the tree is leafless and dormant. You will have the best visuals of the branch structure to make proper pruning cuts. Prune back any crossed or dead branches to encourage new growth.

MULBERRY TREE COMPANION PLANTS

Dwarf Mulberries can do well with many other types of plants or fruiting plants. You can add it to your fruit tree orchard or plant alone by itself. Since it has such a small shape, it can fit into almost any home garden!

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Botanical Name
Morus nigra
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Sunlight
Full Sun

Foliage Color
Green

Mature Width
6-8 ft

Mature Height
6-10 ft

Growing Zones 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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05/16/2022
Christina F.
United States United States

Miracle Mulberry Tree

Perfect tree, healthy, shoots and leaves around the base as well as a very healthy canopy. Great packaging and thank you for sending it at the end of March when cold winds and chills slow down on the coast in South Carolina. The leaves smell spicy! Yard birds already inspecting the little branches.

06/07/2022

Perfect Plants

Hi Christina, Thank you for your awesome support of our family-owned business, we really appreciate customers like you that take a bit of time from their day to leave us a great and honest review. We hope you love your new plant and that it thrives for years to come. Best, Shirley

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06/22/2021
brian f.

quick delivery of a healthy plant. great work!

06/25/2022

Perfect Plants

Hi Brian. Thank you for taking the time to leave us a few kind words. We love hearing how well everything went with your Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry Tree order. See you again!

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06/16/2021
sarah

larger than i thought it would be, arrived in WA state in excellent condition, shipped fast

06/24/2022

Perfect Plants

Hi Sarah! Thank you for your kind words and happy to hear your Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry Tree made it safely to Washington. Hope you're enjoying each other's company. Take care!

PH
06/13/2021
Paul H.

06/24/2022

Perfect Plants

Thank you for your Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry Tree order, Paul. Take care!

DH
06/06/2021
Donald H.

Little early to be rating this tree. However, at present I gave it a 4 only because of some wilting. Good news is It appears to be recovering.

06/24/2022

Perfect Plants

Hi Donald. We appreciate your feedback. Hope you and your Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry Tree are doing well. All the best.

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