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Pakistan Fruiting Mulberry

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Original price $64.99 - Original price $64.99
Original price
$64.99 - $64.99
Current price $64.99
SKU D424

Morus macroura 'Pakistan'

Not only is the taste of the huge, 3-inch-long berries sweet and complex, but they are good in the red stage as well as when purple/black and fully ripe. A slightly thicker skin keeps the fruits from releasing their inky juice all over your fingers! A productive, spreading tree with large, heart-shaped leaves, this mulberry ripens for us in the cool summers of Western WA; it's also a favorite for areas with long, hot and humid summers.  From Islamabad.

USDA Zone: 8-10

Grow Height: 30' or more

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: July-August

Pollination: Self-Fertile

Click here to read our Mulberry Growing Guide

Ship Time: 4'-5' Tree


Ask a Question
  • Are these tissue-grown or are they started from cuttings?

    They are grafted cuttings.

  • How close to a sewer line can a mulberry tree be safely planted?

    No closer to that 25 feet if you want to be safe, they are water loving vigorous growers.

  • How long do the 4-5 trees usually take to bear fruit?

    Sometimes as soon as the following year, but if not then within 2-3 years.

  • Got your name from a friend that bought mulberry tree from your company. The fruits tasted excellent. They said us Pakistan mulberry. Do you only have one kind of Pakistan?. I have one Pakistan in my yard but fruits are long and skinny, not juicy. Just do not want to make mistake to buy the same kind.

    That is the same kind yes!

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Emme A.
This fruit tree is absolutely delicious

I have had a Pakistan mulberry in the past. It’s just a beautiful tree. The berries are big and have a distinct flavor, they just have the right amount of sweetness to make your day. I used to invite my friends for berry pick up day. It was fun, loved
It. I plan to do so when my new mulberry is ready. The desert tortoises love the leaves, are edible and harmless, and of course the berries too. What’s not to love about this tree???!!!