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Mulberries

Use our zone-based planting guide to know when to plant mulberries.

Plant name Zone Start seeds indoors (spring/fall) Start seeds outdoors (spring/fall) Plant seedlings/transplants outdoors (spring/fall) Plant spacing # plants per person
Mulberries 3a Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Mulberries 3b Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Mulberries 4a Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Mulberries 4b Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Mulberries 5a Not recommended Not recommended On/around May 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 5b Not recommended Not recommended On/around April 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 6a Not recommended Not recommended On/around April 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 6b Not recommended Not recommended On/around April 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 7a Not recommended Not recommended On/around April 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 7b Not recommended Not recommended On/around April 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 8a Not recommended Not recommended On/around April 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 8b Not recommended Not recommended On/around March 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 9a Not recommended Not recommended On/around March 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 9b Not recommended Not recommended On/around Feb. 15 (after last frost) 20-30 feet 1 for the household
Mulberries 10a Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Mulberries 10b Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Mulberries 11a Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Mulberries 11b Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended

*Different mulberry tree varieties grow better in some climates than others. Consult your local Extension office for the best options for your area. Start with a bare root or seedling. Plant bare roots as soon as soil can be worked in spring. Plant seedlings after the threat of frost. Will take 3 or more years to produce fruit.