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Phosphate played an import role in development of all of Polk county but particularly to Mulberry, named for the Mulberry tree where train crews put off passengers and mail beside the railroad tracks. In 1886, phosphate ore was discovered at the mouth of the Peace River, and the sawdust industry soon gave way to phosphate. Today living in Mulberry is like having the best of both worlds in your backyard. Residents enjoy the quiet, peaceful lifestyle of a small town while still living close to the cities of Tampa, Orlando, and Lakeland. Bordering Mulberry to the north on State Road 37 is Lakeland, with the world's largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture at Florida Southern College and the winter playing fields of the Detroit Tigers.
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