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Morus alba

White mulberry

Weißer Maulbeerbaum - Mûrier blanc - Witte moerbei

Morus alba Morus alba
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Redondo/esférico 1er tamaño: más de 12 metros de alto Corona semiabierta
Altura: 8 - 10 (15) m
Corona: broad ovoid to rounded
Corteza y ramas: light grey, bark has regular grooves
Hoja: broad ovoid to heart-shaped, bright green, 8 - 20 cm
Flores: unremarkable pendulous catkins, green, May/June
Frutos: creamy white, sometimes reddish to dark red, 1 - 2.5 cm
Aplicación: park
Tipo de suelo: light and well drained, preferably calcareous
Resistencia al viento: moderate
Procedencia: China, Taiwan, Korea, Himalayas
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 5a
Sinónimo: -

The white mulberry has been cultivated in Asia and Southern Europe since antiquity. In earlier times the tree played an important part in the breeding of silkworms. It is a medium-sized tree that is occasionally found as a large shrub. The crown is open and shows tangled branching. It can eventually attain a width of more than 5 m. The irregularly shaped leaves are often deeply incised and can sometimes grow to a length of 20 cm. The leaves are a glossy light green and rough to the touch. The monoecious tree has remarkable male and female flowers. The small fruits resemble raspberries and are edible. They have a bland to slightly sweet taste. This is a tree for a sunny, warm, sheltered site. Saplings are sensitive to frost. Likes chalky soils and grows in poor soil.

Sensible al viento Árbol de parque Fruto decorativo Para suelo arcilloso No soporta el pavimento Para suelo calcáreos Para suelos arenosos Para suelos de turba Se puede plantar en suelos áridos
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