White mulberry is mainly cultivated for its edible fruits and they tasted absolutely delicious! The white berries are large and juicy, with a good balance of sweetness and tartness.
The ripe fruit contains about 9% sugar, with malic and citric acid. Berries can be eaten raw or dried, or used in pies, tarts, puddings, conserves, jams, or sweetened and pureed as a sauce; slightly unripe fruit is best for pies and tarts. The fruit is sometimes pounded to a fine powder and mixed with the flour for bread. They can be blended with other fruits like pears and apples .
Full sun. Like to be planted in slightly elevated area.
Like regular deep watering. Cam tolerate droughts when matured.
Well drained fertile soil.
General fertilizer with high in Potassium 3-4 times a year
Fairly resistant to cold to -5. Young plant will damage if expose to -1.
Grafted after 2 years of planting. Up to 10 years from seeds.