What Is There Not To Love
The dark colour advertises their high nutritional value, they make wonderful juice and food for us and the poultry, they resist most pests including fruit-fly. They also feed a multitude of native animals and reptiles. Mulberry trees are hardy, able to be shaped and easy to propagate. The timber is suitable as fuel for heating the home, they make excellent shade in summer. In cooler climates, they drop their leaves to allow light into the picnic areas, home and garden.
Here is a scrumptious Mulberry Pancake by Ella Whyman: