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Weeping Mulberry

Original price $49.99 - Original price $54.99
Original price
$49.99 - $54.99
Current price $49.99

Morus alba 'Weeping'

Weeping mulberries make a unique and beautiful statement in any garden! These unusual trees naturally grow in a weeping form, while also having a contorted trunk and branches. The draping branches create an almost teepee-type hidden room under the limbs so you can hide inside and pick the 1"-long, dark and delicious berries.

Shipped plants may be pruned to fit in the box; please support any emerging branch to become the new central leader, and tie that branch in an upright position to your tree support post that should be as tall as you want the tree to be at maturity. Once the central leader reaches the desired height, you can allow the branch to begin to weep; any other branches emerging at that height will weep as well. Prune off any lower weeping branches as needed.

USDA Zone: 4-9

Grow Height: 15'

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: July-September

Pollination: Self-Fertile

Click here to read our Mulberry Growing Guide

Size: 1 Gallon Pot


Ask a Question
  • Is "Weeping" similar to "Pendula"?

    "Pendula" is a varietal term often used for "weeping" plants (from the Latin meaning drooping), but the botanical term is actually "decurrent". Hope that helps!

  • I would like a female tree. Will this be a female tree when ordering?

    Yes this is a grafted female tree.

  • How wide does this tree get in diameter? I have limited space for trees to spread out.

    6'-8' at maturity. It's much taller than it is wide (and it's not that tall).

  • What type of mulberry is your weeping mulberry most like? Pakistani?

    It's more like a common Morus rubra, like Wellington or Illinois Everbearing.

  • To what country is this native?

    The United States and Canada

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
weeping mulberry tree

As pictured here, my weeping mulberry is so unusual to see. My tree is over 40 years old and has never needed supports. It has the sweetest dark berries that we share with the local birds. Caution: do not eat the berries until they are very dark in color, and fully ripe. We got caterpillars in it one year and before I could try to get rid of them , the local birds did it for me. Not one caterpillar survived without chemical use. I love this tree !!!