White mulberry (3D model of Morus alba 'Pendula'; 3D model of Morus alba 'Chaparral') from family Moraceae is a deciduous tree, presented in the male form from Morus alba 'Chaparral', and female - Morus alba 'Pendula'. Usually grows up to 5 meters. The leafs are rounded, and variable in size, sometimes splited, shiny, dark green, serrated on the ledge, become yellow in autumn. The fruits of Morus alba 'Pendula' are edible, oval and fleshy, pink, red or purple in color. Ripen in summer. The colors that appear in April were unremarkable. Requires full sun and warmer climates. Tolerate saline soils. It grows relatively quickly during the first years.The non-fruiting male version (M. alba ‘Chaparral’) is a better selection for residential placement, with the weeping foliage having some ornamental interest. The leaves are used as staple food for silkworms. Used as а Solitaire.