Common mulberry (Morus alba)
Mulberries are medium-sized, deciduous trees that are widely cultivated in gardens for fruit (and its leaves are used to feed silkworms). The bright green leaves can be up to 30cm long on young and vigorous shoots with deeply and intricately lobed margins. Older trees bare leaves that are generally smaller (5 to 15cm long) and tend to be less lobed with serrated margins.
. In spring and early summer Mulberry trees are covered in red to black delicious fruits.