A black mulberry hidden in a private garden behind the Tudor Canonbury Tower could be almost as oldRead the blog
Since Roman times mulberries have been planted in London for their delicious fruit and medicinal virtues. Today's trees help to tell this tale, including of London's medieval abbeys, monasteries, and King James I's attempt to start a silk industry to rival Italy and France.
Help us uncover London's mulberries, and record them with the National Biodiversity Network.
Try your hand at a tasty mulberry recipie, from delicious Persian meals to a super food healthy London treat