Morus (Mulberry Tree)

Perhaps one of the most widespread ornamental, deciduous trees in landscape architecture is that of the mulberry tree, or sycamore. It is found prominently in both urban and country landscapes. It can grow up to 10 meters high. As a broad-leaved tree, it creates dense shade and at the same time produces delicious fruit during the summer months, which is particularly beneficial to health. In terms of its soil and climatic requirements, it is a particularly strong tree, suitable for both cold and warm climates. Usually, it is placed in areas where shade is desirable in the warm months of the year, such as parking lots, sidewalks, yards and gardens.  Of course, in areas where fruit production from the tree is not desired, ornamental mulberry is recommended, as it is fruitless.