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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture
Morus celtidifolia, HBK. (M. mexicana, Benth. M. microphylla, Buckl.). Much smaller tree than M. rubra, rarely more than 25 ft. tall, and with smaller and smoother lvs. and smaller, sourer black fr., which ripens earlier and is not so good: lvs. cordate-ovate, more or less lobed, mucronate-serrate, nearly smooth on both sides: fr. short-ovate or sometimes nearly globular. Texas and Ariz, to Peru. S.S. 7:321.—Occasionally planted for its frs.
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