Are all trees the same? The simple answer is no. I bet you also didn't know that trees have their own kind of DNA just like a human Yep, they sure do. Did you know that some trees are banned in some cities in the United States? You betcha.
I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!
It's hard to believe but the Mulberry tree is banned in some American cities because some believe that they release to much pollen into the air. For as many people who don't like this tree, there are those who love it and believe that it can help keep them healthy and prevent diseases. How can this be? It's banned in some areas but loved in others. Seems kind of silly to me but to each his own.
TREES ARE MEDICINAL!
There are medicines on the market that use mulberries which is supposed to help those folks out that have circulation or metabolism issues. It's also been known to lower obesity in lab animals. Since when were lab animals considered over weight? Ever seen a fat rat? Ok, I guess I have so there are obese lab animals out there.
LOVING THE FRUIT OF THE TREE!
As a human, I have really enjoyed eating Mulberries over the years and there is nothing like driving down the road and seeing a Mulberry tree so I can stop and grab a few for the road. The next time you drive down the road, look for one of these trees and grab some berries. You won't be disappointed. Take a blanket or something that you can capture the berries as they fall from the tree. Once you have your blanket in place, grab a limb and shake it until they start falling off.
MULBERRY TREES ARE ADAPTABLE!
The really cool thing about this type of tree is that they are hardy and can live in different climates. There are plenty of Mulberry trees here in the Evansville area. About the only place you won't find one of these trees is in Nevada and Alaska. I don't know about you but I don't think I would want to live in those two states either. The Mulberry tree can grow up to 80 feet tall and can live a couple of hundred years. That's the black trees but the red ones can also live a decent amount of time which equals to about 70-80 years. Most of this type of tree will need a good ten years or so to bear some fruit.
TREE REMOVAL ALL OVER!
We have cut down and trimmed quite a few Mulberry trees over the years but that's only part of what we do. Here at Tree Trimming Evansville, we are experienced in tree removal (any kind), tree trimming and stump removal. We always offer our customers free estimates and cover much of the tri-state area. We are based here in Evansville but also have many customers around Vanderburgh and surrounding counties here in Southern Indiana, Southeastern Illinois and Western Kentucky. Call us today for your free estimate. Our phone number is 812.420.1835. You will find that we are very affordable and our experience will get the job done right the first time every time