|Location||merton college oxford|
|OS grid reference||SP 51791 06082|
This single-stemmed upright mature black mulerry is the most northerly of a pair in the Fellows' Garden. It is much younger than the leaning 17th century M. nigra to the south, near to the south wall. Both are just to the west of a path and are visible from railings. The Fellows' Garden is not open to the public
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