Any tree of the genus Morus; also the edible, pleasantly acid berrylike fruit, usually dark purple. (Red) Mulberry trees grow to 70 feet tall. Though the fruits are edible the trees’ height makes them difficult to harvest. Most are eaten by birds and other wild life. Mulberry was a popular early summer fruit, cooked in pie.

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