Morus nigra

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 Morus nigra subsp. var.  
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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Morus nigra, Linn. Black Mulberry. Lvs. dark, dull green, rather large, tapering into a prominent point, commonly very rough above, usually not lobed, the base equal or very nearly so on both sides, the teeth rather small and close, the branches brown: fr. large, comparatively thick and fleshy, mostly dark-colored. The black mulberry is a native of Asia, probably of Persia and adjacent regions.—This is the species which is the Old World for its fr. In Amer. it is very little grown, although run wild now and then about grounds and along roadsides. It is not hardy, except in protected places, in New England and N. Y. The Black Persian mulberry of the S. and of Calif, is probably of this species.

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