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Where to get fresh persian Mulberries?

d
Dayote Dec 7, 2007 09:21 PM

I really enjoy fresh fruit. I have read about but never had fresh in seasons persian mulberries.

My main questions are where do you buy them and for how much a pound.

Also are there any you pick places in Southern California?

Thanks a ton

  1. d
    Dayote Dec 10, 2007 08:36 PM

    Thanks for the help.

    How much do you pay a pound for them?

    Also are there any other markets or stores to get them?

    I'm up by Santa Clarita and I was hopeing there were places closer to me.

    Also arn't there any farms that sell them?

    Thanks a ton

    1. emily Dec 8, 2007 10:50 AM

      They're usually in season in July, and sometimes sell out very early in the day. Based on my experience, I've always thought that Circle C Ranch has the best tasting ones. I also have a small tree in my backyard -- very easy to grow.

      1. g
        glutton Dec 8, 2007 08:07 AM

        I see them fresh at farmers market for a very short season. Offhand, I cannot remember when the season is, but I'm guessing it is not now. It's not really berry season.

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        1. re: glutton
          f
          Fru Dec 8, 2007 09:01 AM

          When they are in season, Weiser Family Farms has them at the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmers' Market

          1. re: glutton
            notmartha Dec 8, 2007 06:49 PM

            It's probably in June. I had it at Lucques for lunch, around mid June this year.

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