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We have a mulberry tree. I used to eat them when I was a kid, but they often have little worms in them, so if you use them, pick over them carefully! I always leave ours for the birds, now, because we grow other berries that I like better.
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Since no one has said "Mulberries - gross!" to me, I believe I will collect them this year and see if I can do something with them. It looks as if the tree was trimmed, so it might not be as easy as I was thinking. Then again, perhaps it will be safe to walk down the street without getting purple feet this year. =) I'll keep you posted.
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