The fruit of the Paper Mulberry is unlike any fruit most of us are familiar with. It is bright red/orange with juicy sweet segments featuring a tiny black seed, and looks like an inside-out orange. It is related to the fig tree, and its bark is used for paper and clothing. Of couse, lots of other plants are coming into their own now, including Indian mallow, amaranth, Lamb's quarters to name a few. In addition, a reporter for the City Paper is also planning on covering this tour, in case any of you are in the Witness Protection Program. And as always, park on Sedgley Rd instead of the 2-hour parking lot.
See you there!