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Mango Mangifera indica L.

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mango, mangga, mamuang, manguier, Family: Anacardiaceae. Mango trees are native to southeast Asia and India. Hardly a new comer to Florida, mango trees have been planted and enjoyed for over 100 years in Florida. Mango trees are medium to large trees (up to 100 ft) and there is a wide variety of cultivars available with varying shapes, colors and maturities. Most mangoes are ripe when the fruit softens slightly and takes on a yellow to orange or red color and carries a subtle sweet fragrance. Mangoes are a good source of vitamins A and C. They can be eaten fresh or pureed. Perhaps more than any other tropical fruit, mangoes are readily available at many local nurseries and garden centers. Trees are tough and relatively easy to grow. Most varieties of grafted trees will bear in as little as 3-5 years after transplanting. Season: May-Oct.

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 30 December, 2010.