Place the seeds just under the soil surface. Water the seeds until the soil is moist. Keep the seeds at around 86 degrees Fahrenheit during the day for 8 hours and 68 degrees Fahrenheit at night for 16 hours. Use a heat lamp if necessary. Give the seeds light for a minimum of 8 hours a day. Check soil moisture each day and water as needed.
Berry-like fruit with a unique tart-sweet taste. 60 Seeds
The black mulberry is generally considered the best tasting of the various mulberry species
Medium sized deciduous tree usually only to 20-30ft, but can reach 70ft. Trees are known to be very long lived and can bear fruit for several hundred years.
Trees are fairly adaptable, but grow well in deep, moist soils. Fertilization is generally unnecessary. Grow in full sun Although they appear so, fruits are not true berries but an aggregate.
Mildly drought tolerant, but water should be provided during long dry spells.