|Scientific Name:||Morus spp.|
|Location:||Red Mulberry native to southeastern USA, other species found worldwide|
|Crushing Strength:||6,990lbf /in2|
Mulberry has a heartwood with a golden brown color which will darken to a medium reddish brown color with age. The sapwood is a pale yellowish white color. The grain is straight and it has a uniform medium texture. The wood gives off a good natural lustre. The end grain is ring-porous. Mulberry is rated as a very durable wood in regards to decay. It is fair to work with and turns, glues, and finishes well.