Morus alba, known as white mulberry, It is a fast-growing tree grows up to 10 to 20 m tall. Trunk bark is usually grayish brown with flattened ridges and shallow vertical furrows. Alternate leaves, the leaf blades are ovate in form or outline, and they are either irregularly lobed or lacking lobes.
Mulberry is monoecious, producing both male and female florets on the same tree. The blooming period occurs from mid- to late spring and the florets are wind-pollinated. Each drupe consists of a cylindrical cluster of fleshy drupelets that are sweet and bland in flavor. Each drupelet contains a single seed. The root system is relatively shallow, woody, and branching.The white mulberry is widely cultivated to feed the silkworms employed in the commercial production of silk.
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%