Perhaps one of the most widespread ornamental, deciduous trees in landscape architecture is the mulberry or plane tree. It is prominent in both urban and country landscapes. It can reach a height of up to 10 metres. As a broad-leaved tree, it creates dense shade and at the same time produces delicious fruits during the summer months, which are particularly beneficial to health. It has no special soil and climate requirements. As far as the soil is concerned, it is resistant to dry and saline soils, although in fertile and well-drained soils the result is impressive. Weather conditions do not affect it, as it can withstand both cold and warm climates with great success. It is usually placed in areas where shade is desirable in the warmer months of the year, such as parking lots, sidewalks, yards and gardens. Of course, in areas where it is not desirable for the tree to produce fruit, an ornamental mulberry is recommended as it is fruitless. In our nursery you will find both fruiting white (Morus alba) and black (Morus nigra) mulberries, as well as fruitless mulberries of the genus platifolia and platanifolia.