A large leaved form of the White Mulberry.
I first saw this at maturity near to the coast in Brittany and its lush large foliage gives it an outstanding feeling of health and vigour.
This is a most beautiful small architectural tree perfect for parks and gardens with a rounded habit.
The white fruits from which it takes its name can turn pink or red – and they are both sweet and edible.
The leaves of the White Mulberry are the main food of the silkworm.
Mature height: 3-7m
Mature spread: 3-5m