&Mature mulberry can be eaten, sweet and juicy, and is one of the fruits that people eat.
&Mulberry is green when it is first ripened, and becomes fleshy, dark purple or red when mature. It will also appear yellow-brown, brown-red (the rare color is milky white when mature).
&Growing environment: Mulberry prefers a warm and humid climate with a slight shade. The temperature starts to sprout at temperatures above 12 °C, and the growth temperature is 4 to 30 °C. If it exceeds 40 °C, it is inhibited. If it falls below 12 °C, growth stops.
&Spring sowing, summer sowing, and autumn sowing.
&Soak seeds with 50 °C warm water before sowing. After natural cooling, soak for another 12 hours. Store in the damp sand for germination, and keep it moist. When the seed coat is broken, it can be sown.