Morus Londinium is unravelling the tale of London's mulberry tree heritage

Since Roman times mulberries have been planted in London for their delicious fruit and medicinal virtues. Many of today's trees tell the tale of their sites, including of London's medieval abbeys, monasteries, and King James I's attempt to start a silk industry to rival Italy and France.

You can help uncover this heritage, and London's prized mulberry foraging sites, by following the research and coming on free guided walks, visiting the online map and adding a mulberry tree to the survey, planting a sapling, trying a recipe, and lots more with Morus Londinium!

Time travel with the Forty Hall mulberry

Peter Coles uncovers the history of Forty Hall and its mulberries

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Why Japanese mulberry wood and its craftsmen are national treasures

Dr Stephen J Bowe explains the value of mulberry wood from the Japanese Izu Islands

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The fact and fiction of our mulberry heritage

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Guided walks, fruit foraging, pop-up kitchens, and lots more!

Come along to an event and discover more about London's marvellous mulberries!