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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture
Morus japonica, Audib. (M. alba var. slylosa, Bureau). Lvs. usually large, dull, rather thin, long-pointed, the rounded teeth very large and deep, or the margin even almost jagged, the lvs. upon the young growth usually deeply lobed. China, Korea, Japan.—This species has been intro. into this country, but apparently is not much known. It is tender in the N. when young. The fr. is described as short-oblong and red.
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