The Moraceaefamily includes deciduous or evergreen trees or shrubs often with milky juice in the different organs. The leaves are arranged alternately or oppositely. They are uncut or cut in lobes. The flowers are unisexual located monoecious or dioecious and gathered in inflorescences.
The familyis extremely rich in species (around1,500), distributed primarily in the tropical countries and only some of them – in the temperate climate zone.As park species in this country, of significance are some representatives of the Mulberry, Fig and other genera.