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The black mulberry fruits are especially soft and tend to collapse when picked.
Trees will eventually produce items like papaya, pomegranate, Surinam cherries, black walnuts, and three types of mulberries: black, white, and Persian.
Slip’s silk pillowcase is made from a high grade, gentle mulberry silk, comes in a slew of lovely pastels, and has hairstylist (and Kardashian family go-to) Jen Atkin’s tick of approval as their brand ambassador.
Today's is hibiscus (gurhal); depending on the season, tomorrow's might be black mulberry or pomegranate.
Overhanging his outer compound wall were the only two remaining shade trees in the citadel, one a dying oak, the other a mulberry tree, and within the compound was a tatterdemalion garden, where a scrawny pomegranate tree drooped with heavy fruit.
The Canadian retailer offers more than 100 loose leaf blends, filled with exotic, non-traditional ingredients such as mulberry leaves, hot chilies, dragon fruit and caramel pieces.
Burgundy lips have been big on the red carpet already this year (Beyoncé and Lorde both rocked a mulberry pout on the red carpet at the Grammys), and the look is proving to be a hit on the runways as well.
The opening ceremony of the annual Tibetan horse festival here officially begins by lighting a bundle of mulberry branches at the north end of the stadium, which sits in a treeless valley ringed by rolling hills.
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