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Want delicious native berries in the first year? We got it!
The Native Mulberry fruit is so popular that you'll be competing with the local wildlife. The plant can be cultivated as a shrub or small tree and the fruits are small and white, almost translucent in appearance. Like strawberries, they bear their seeds on the outside. They are soft and juicy, with a sweet and delicate flavour, though like conventional mulberries.
The plant is suitable for pots, edges and screening with clever pruning.
|Botanical Name||Pipturus argenteus|
|Sun Exposure:||Full-sun and part-shade
|Frost Tolerance:||Protect from frost|
|Drought Tolerance:||Tolerant once established.|
|Soil Type:||all soil and tolerate sandy soil
|Sun:||Full-sun / Part-shade.|
|Size:||3-8 m tall
|Pots:||Does well in pots.|
|Feeding:||Feed a high-quality native plant food every 6 months.|
Due to biosecurity restrictions, we cannot send plants to WA, NT or Tasmania. If you order, your plants will be refunded.
*Our 24-hour plant guarantee means that any plants that have died in transit will be refunded to you when we receive photos from you at firstname.lastname@example.org within 24 hours of the receipt of the delivery. Plants must be in the original pot of arrival and must not be repotted.