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Tampa, Florida's Leading Fruit Tree Nursery!
The juicy, ripe mango fruit has a rich, tropical aroma and flavor that summons thoughts of sunny climates and sultry breezes. The home gardener in warmer zones can bring that taste out of the garden.
However, how do you grow a mango tree? Mango tree planting is suitable in zones where temperatures do not usually dip below 40 F (4 C.). If you’re lucky enough to live in a tropical to sub-tropical climate, take these tips for mango tree care and enjoy the fruits of your labors in just a few years.
Mango trees (Mangifera indica) are deep-rooted plants that may become large specimens in the landscape. They are evergreen and generally produced off rootstocks that increase the hardiness of the plants. Mango trees begin fruit production in three years and form fruit quickly.
Types Of Mango Trees We Offer
Carrie Mango – the flavor is by far the most outstanding feature of this variety. It has absolutely no fiber and extremely rich in flavor, sweet, aromatic and a pure pleasure to eat.
Mid Season Harvest
Valencia Pride Mangoes
The tree is a vigorous large grower making it an excellent shade tree complemented by an exceptionally attractive fruit. Relatively cold hardy variety.
Mid Season Harvest
Lemon Zest Mango's
Lemon Zest Mango ,this unique variety has excellent sweet citrus flavor – hence the name. Everyone who tastes this fruit falls in love with it!
Early Season Harvest
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Our tropical fruit tree nursery specializes in wholesale & retail tree sales across Florida. We grow rare and unusual fruiting trees from across the globe. Looking for something exotic? Well search no longer, we carry thousands of specimens to choose from
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