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Available from Notcutts comes the Mulberry Morus - Chelsea King James.
There is a fascinating history to this black mulberry. It is derived from a tree that existed in the 17th century, in a garden in Swan Walk, which became the Chelsea Physic Garden, during the time of King James I. During The Second World War, the last remaining tree was about to be grubbed to make way for an air shelter when cuttings were taken and this variety has survived ever since in the trees of this name.
Producing large, succulent, intensely flavoured fruit, the tree crops early in life and harvesting is best done each day.