HD photographs of White Mulberry tree inside Jardin des Tuileries - Page 177
While we were within the Jardin des Tuileries located in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, we took these high definition photos showing a Morus alba, or White Mulberry tree in the Demi-lune Reserve sud garden area.
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You will find the Tuileries Gardens were first laid out for the widow of King Henri II, Catherine de Medici, yet it was when King Henri IV was reigning between 1589 and 1610, that he introduced mulberry trees to an area of the garden in the hope of cultivating silk worms.
So in keeping with the historical nature of the garden, you will find a White Mulberry, which has a botanical name of Morus alba and originated from China, although it is also cultivated in numerous other places throughout the world.
When you are walking around the Jardin des Tuileries, you will come across different information plaques stating Remarkable Tree, with details about it as you can see in this close up photograph, and although only written in French, you can see that the common name is Murier blanc, which in English is White Mulberry, and this is a species of tree found within the Moraceae family that produces flowers along with fruits that birds love to eat.
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