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Morus alba 'Platanifolia' (White mulberry 'Platanifolia')

Other names: Morus alba 'Macrophylla'

'Platanifolia' is a compact, rounded to spreading, deciduous tree with large, wide, deeply lobed, glossy, dark green leaves turning yellow in autumn and inconspicuous, green catkins in late spring and early summer followed by white fruit turning pink with age.
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Ultimate spread 7m
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Ultimate height 15m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Morus alba (White mulberry)

Other names: Morus bombycis

M. alba is a spreading, deciduous, small tree with ovate to heart-shaped, sometimes lobed, glossy, bright green leaves turning yellow in autumn and small, green catkins in late spring and early summer followed by oval, white fruit ripening red and pink.
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Ultimate spread 10m
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Ultimate height 10m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Morus nigra (Black mulberry )

Other names: Persian mulberry, Sycamine tree, Common mulberry, Toot tree

M. nigra is a small, broad-crowned deciduous tree with heart-shaped dark green leaves, yellowing in autumn, and insignificant green flowers which are followed by dark purplish-red edible berries.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 12m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Araucaria cunninghamii (Hoop pine)

Other names: Moreton Bay pine, Dorrigo pine, Colonial pine, Arakaria

A. cunninghamii is a tender, conical or columnar, coniferous, evergreen tree with peeling, reddish-brown bark and whorled branches bearing overlapping, scale-like, mid-green leaves, needle-like, flattened, and spirally-arranged when young. Insignificant flowers in spring are followed by cylindrical male cones and, on mature trees only, ovoid female cones.
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Ultimate spread 6m
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Ultimate height 50m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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