There are a number of black mulberries to choose from;
Morus nigra AGM: the species is highly recommended, is widely available and an excellent performer in terms of fruit production and as an ornamental tree.
Morus nigra ‘Chelsea’ (syn. ‘King James’): a cultivar of great historical interest, originating in the Chelsea Physic Garden, London. Fruit is especially large and succulent with an intense, rich flavour. It can be eaten fresh, in preserves or made into wine.
Morus nigra ‘Wellington’: this cultivar crops heavily with medium sized fruit 3cm (1¼in) long and a good flavour
The white mulberry (Morus alba) is also grown for its fruits but is considered to have fruit of inferior quality to the black mulberry (M. nigra).
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