Veteran morus nigra in the West Garden, on a corner. Said to be planted by Elizabeh I as a princess, but more likely to have been planted by John Tradescant the Elder when he became Head Gardner for the first earl of Salisbury, Lord Cecil. Younger mulberries in a plot near to the car park.
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