Synonym: Morus papyrifera, Papyrius papyriferus
The Paper Mulberry is a good shade tree in difficult situations. In good soils and with plenty of water, it tends to sucker. It is considered invasive in Tennessee. The name "paper mulberry" comes from the fact that it yields a fine fiber from its inner bark used to make paper or Polynesian tapa cloth.
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