Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Four Seasons Mulberry, or Taiwanese Four Seasons Mulberry

Four Seasons mulberry is a unique cultivar that is able to produce fruits from May and into December in Sacramento Valley.  I suspect it is evergreen and producing year around in the tropical conditions. The first wave of fruits is never as sweet as the fruits from July and later in the season. They are sweet and complex when ripening in hot weather. They also have some pleasant acidity. The fruits are large and black.  The tree is small, and it grows like a bush, branching low at the base. The branches are slender and the leaves are small.

Two photos below are from May

The next picture below is from August

September fruits in two pictures below


November fruits on the branch below


And the last picture shows how the fruits of this cultivar compare in the size and shape with othe mulberry cultivars.  This picture is from June.

When I have the propagation material available, I list it at reallygoodplants.com



 



7 comments:

  1. hi, do you know if 4 season mulberry is winter hardy? I am in zone 6

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    1. No, i do not know that. It is of a Taiwanese origin, I’d say it seems unlikely

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    2. Hi, do you sell plants and/or cuttings? Thanks!!

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    3. Hi Gelin, yes, I occasionally do at reallygoodplants.com

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  2. Hi Marta can you reserve me a plant for sale? I would really appreciate it. TY

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    1. First of all on this blog I do not see who is writing. You are Anonymous for me. I only sell scions in December

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