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Raspberries, blueberries, boysenberries and blackberries — including large Kiowa blackberries and marionberries — are most common, though mulberries are turning up at some stands, with varieties ranging from darker Pakistans to the white Shahtoots.
Now also is a good time to control hardwood seedlings such as hackberry, mulberry and Chinaberry and vining weeds such as Smilax and catsclaw.
Availability will vary depending on the type of berry, with most generally available through early fall; mulberries are typically found through mid-summer.
Mimi Ma’s father plants a mulberry tree like the one in an ancient jade ring from his father.
Deep red is a natural complement to blue — this mulberry red has some blue in it.
One side of the pillowcase is mulberry silk, a fabric often touted as a way to keep your hair from turning into a frizzball overnight.
Pause for a moment to absorb this, then move on to the next immigrant story, in which Mimi Ma’s father invests too many hopes in a mulberry tree.
Engineer Mimi Ma grows up outside Chicago in the shadow of a mulberry planted by her immigrant father.
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Origin and Etymology of mulberry
MULBERRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mulberry for English Language Learners
: a type of tree that has purple berries that can be eaten
: a berry from a mulberry tree
MULBERRY Defined for Kids
medical Definition of mulberry
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