Mangifera indica, commonly known as mango trees and a member of the Anacardiaceae family. They are tropical fruit trees that flourish in frost-free climates and a deep-rooted plant that becomes large specimens in the landscape. These mango trees are perfect in size. It has 1.8 Mtr Total Height
How To Care
Light: Keep the tree in a warm area with at least 6 hours of sun
Water: watering the tree in late winter or early spring when temperatures warm, do not leave the plant to sit with wet feet in soggy soil. watering must be reduced to twice a week until harvest.
Fertilizer: use a liquid fertilizer that is lower in nitrogen and higher in potassium and phosphorus.
Temperature: Flowers and fruit drop if temperatures dip below 40 degrees F. They love warm temperatures
Potting: The best time to plant a mango is in the spring. Plant a mango seed in a pot with drainage holes, it will grow into small trees, after about four or five years need repotting when they become large mango tree.
Pruning: Mango trees don’t require pruning normally, only need to remove diseased or dead branches and the occasional wayward growth.