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Moraceae
Morus

Morus alba
'Macrophylla'

White mulberry

Morus alba 'Macrophylla'
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Redondo/esférico 1er tamaño: más de 12 metros de alto Corona semiabierta
Altura: 10 - 15 m
Corona: broad pyramidal to practically round
Corteza y ramas: light grey, bark has regular grooves
Hoja: palmately lobed, dark green, 15 - 25 cm
Flores: unremarkable pendulous catkins, green, May/June
Frutos: red, approx. 1.5 - 2 cm, more elongated than those of the species
Aplicación: park
Tipo de suelo: light, well-drained soil, preferably calcareous
Resistencia al viento: moderate
Procedencia: France, approx. 1815
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 5a
Sinónimo: M. alba ‘Platanifolia’

The crown of this medium-sized tree is broad, open and has tangled branches. It can eventually attain a height of approx. 15 m and a width of approx. 6 - 7 m. The most remarkable difference with the species is the size of the leaves. The leaves are also more regular in shape and less rough. It also shows more vigorous growth than the species. The monoecious tree has unremarkable male and female flowers. The small fruits somewhat resemble raspberries and are red to dark red in colour. 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. The familiar M. alba 'Platanifolia' is actually 'Macrophylla'. 'Platanifolia' is therefore a synonym. In the trade 'Macrophylla' is often confused with M. bombycis.

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