Morus Mojo Berry produces berries from May right through until September

Morus Mojo Berry produces berries from May right through until September

on old and new wood, meaning you can pick your own mulberries within the first year after planting. That’s as opposed to the usual 5 or 6 years needed by most other mulberries.


Mojo Berry is dwarf and compact. It only reaches a height of approximately 1.5m that makes suitable for any garden. It’s self-pollinating and produces berries over a very long period, from May right through until September. Other varieties of mulberry grow to 6-8 m height and only fruit over a 3-weeks at the end of summer. So only that shows the winner.
The fruits are tasty and great to use for jam, cake or other dishes. Mojo Berry needs fertile, well-drained soil and sunny position. It can be pruned in the spring. Mojo Berry is beautiful as solitary on terrace or patio but also in the border or a mixed container. Hardy to -10 ºC.

  • maximum size 1,5m height
  • self-pollinating
  • fruits from May through September
  • hardy to -10 ºC


This dwarf mulberry is a result of 40 years of work of Mr. Hajime Matsunaga who, when he was 90, achieved what he tended to for so many years! Congratulations! His effort was awarded. Morus Mojo Berry (Morus rotundiloba BonBonBerry® Mojo Berry (‘Matsunaga’PBR)) got a bronze medal at GrootGroen’s novelties competition 2019.




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