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Fydell House was probably built in 1702/03 during the reign of Queen Anne. There is a mulberry in the garden and probably dates to the 1960s. The Boston Preservation Society based here. "The mulberries are used every year to make jam and chutney to sell in aid of the house. " see https://www.moruslondinium.org/research/boston-mulberry-tea-party
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Help us survey London's mulberry trees to update the National Biodiversity Network's records.
Its hard to find mulberry fruit in the shops, but London has a bountiful supply of trees to forage from!