These Pakistani Mulberries "BUSHES" are disease and drought resistant once established. These are trees in a "bush" form due to training while young.
Pakistani Mulberry Trees are large, vigorous, fast-growing trees which are disease and drought resistant. A common fruit in and around the Middle East. Mullberries are eaten raw, and used in pies, jams, jellies and beverages. The Pakistani variety produces long (up to 3 inches), firm, sweet, red-to-deep-purple colored fruit with non-staining juice. The fruits ripen in stages over several weeks, providing an extended, delicious harvest.
bare root bushes are tall, and a bit wider than the trees. They will not fit in the back of a small
car. Please plan accordingly for your transportation.