Morus Alba Pendula


Dwarf, weeping cultivar that typically grows to only 6-10’ tall. It is typically top-grafted to a species tree, with its somewhat gnarled branches weeping to the ground. Inconspicuous greenish-white flowers bloom in spring. Fertilized flowers are followed by berry-like fruits that are edible but very messy in landscapes. Glossy, usually lobed, rounded, dark green leaves (to 8” long). Fall color is an undistinguished yellow.



Best grown in rich, moist, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade.


General Ornamental Planting and care

  • Water the pot thoroughly and allow to drain fully.
  • Dig a hole twice the size of the pot being planted and fork over the base. Adding some planting compost.
  • Remove the pot gently, if well rooted cut off the pot.
  • Ensure that the top of the Root ball is level with the surrounding soil.
  • Replace the remaining soil and heel in, water the area thoroughly.
  • Water regular until established.
  • Apply some general fertiliser every spring.