Weeping Mulberry Tree

A Fruitless Yet Spectacular Landscape Choice: The Chaparral Weeping Mulberry

  • Large Green Heart-Shaped Leaves
  • Pendulum Branches
  • Winter Interest
  • Hardy and Adaptable

For those looking for an exceptional tree or shrub to add to their landscaping, the Chaparral Weeping Mulberry (Morus alba ‘Chaparral’) is a fantastic option. This fruitless Mulberry boasts pendulum branches that create a stunning weeping form, providing remarkable ornamental value.

Whether you prefer a more kempt appearance or long, draping branches that reach the ground, the Chaparral Weeping Mulberry makes for a visually unique and captivating addition to any yard. It’s an excellent choice as an anchor plant at the corner of your foundation planting, at the center of a circular drive, or as a specimen tree.

With its dense, medium-green foliage and large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves, the Chaparral Weeping Mulberry’s unique branch structure creates a collage of differing greens that stand out on their own from a distance. And even without leaves in the winter, the branch structure is still a marvel to behold.

The Chaparral Weeping Mulberry is a low-maintenance tree that is easy to grow and tolerates less-than-perfect conditions with ease. It is heat-tolerant, drought-tolerant, and can withstand city air, salt, and more. As a male tree, there are no flowers to clean up, making it an even more appealing choice. Just be sure to provide it with plenty of sunshine for optimal growth.

For those looking to add a unique and visually stunning tree or shrub to their landscaping, the Chaparral Weeping Mulberry is an excellent choice. Its one-of-a-kind form, low maintenance, and resilience make it an outstanding addition to any yard.