Mulberry Plant

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Who isn’t fascinated by the fruits of the mulberry plant? The colors of the fruit vary from red to black, making it exceptionally perfect. These plants are a perfect pick for outdoor spaces. These fruits resemble tiny drops hanging from the dark green foliage creating a fascinating contrast.

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Mulberry Plant, and Care Guide

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Mulberry Plant (tuti plant)

Mulberry is a medium-sized deciduous tree with small, sweet, but messy fruits that ripen in the summer. Tuti tree has dark green leaves with serrated edges and berries that look suspiciously like blackberries. This species or a hybrid type is more likely to be observed staining sidewalks and driveways with its fruit. 

Mulberry trees of various kinds can make good landscape additions if they’re chosen and cared for correctly. Mulberry trees grow swiftly and are best planted in the early spring.

Caring Tips

  • Expect your mulberry plant to drop its leaves in the winter if you live in a cold climate; new growth will commence once the weather warms up.
  • Like all other fruit trees, Mulberry plants need a lot of sunlight to flourish and deliver fruit. Due to this, you should select a location that gets full sun and has good air circulation.
  • You should use potting soil that is rich, loamy, and well-drained, with a slightly acidic or neutral pH.
  • The Mulberry plant demands good soil with plenty of compost or manure.
  • Proper drainage is needed for a thriving container-grown mulberry. You should restrict the use of that soil to water drainage.
  • Make sure not to overwater your tuti plant. It can easily cause root rotting.

Growing Instructions for Tuti plant

  • Flowering and fruit growth require more than 6 hours of morning sunlight per day.
  • For the tuti plant to grow, the soil must be well-drained, fertile, and rich in organic matter.
  • To check the moisture, poke your finger or a little stick into the dirt.
  • During the primary growing season of the mulberry tree, use organic fertilizer once a month.
  • As a general rule, water your plants extensively in the summer and less frequently in the winter and rainy seasons.
  • In late autumn to early spring, remove deadwood or inward-growing branches that rub against neighboring branches.

Additional information

Plant Name

Mulberry Plant

Native Area

China

Plant Placement

Outdoors

Plant Size

5-12" inches

Common Name

Shahtoot, Mulberry, Tuti

Difficulty Level

Easy

Bloom Time

August-October and February-May

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