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Mystic Red Mulberry Tree
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Mystic red mulberry tree, Morus rubra L. 'Mystic Red' is a deliciously flavored mulberry treat with a blend of many mystifying layers of flavors.  This red mulberry cultivar can grow as much as 6 feet per year, and crops can be substantial during the second year of planting.  The rich taste of the berries is amplified when baked in pies, sauces or cakes.  The Mystic red mulberry trees can be grown as far North as Ohio, Illinois and Nebraska.  The Mystic red mulberry trees are early ripeners, maturing in early April.

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Healthy looking February 13, 2017
Reviewer: A.S. from Mulberry, TN United States  
Arrived in good condition

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Mystic red mulberry March 7, 2016
Reviewer: Daniel from COLORADO United States  
6 mystic red mulberry I got from Aarons  farm seem to have a really good root system I planted them also the same day I got them we'll see how they do here in Colorado...Dan

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Two of three June 4, 2015
Reviewer: Jeffery Bagley from Young Harris, GA United States  
Two trees had intact root systems.  The third had no roots and I will be greatly surprised if it lives.  Update.  All three trees have survived so far but the third one with no roots to start with is struggling.

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