times that by thousands and you know what I have buckets full of, anybody have and good tried-and-true mulberry recipes? Mulberries grow on big trees all along the creek. They can be used like any other berries and taste somewhat between a strawberry and a blackberry. I think I might just freeze them and use with the blackberries when they come in. Or maybe I can get Georgia to make some ice cream with them this afternoon. If you aren’t familiar with Mulberries this is a good site http://www.tradewindsfruit.com/black_mulberry.htm . Ours are wild, well, I take that back, they could have been planted many many years ago by a previous owner, but they are probably wild. We also have wild persimmons and raspberries and blackberries. After last years drought and now lots of rain this year it looks like we will have a very very big crop of fruit this year. We also have lots of peach trees and apple trees. I plan to fill the freezer and hopefully can a lot.