Native Mango(Taiwan) Aroemanis(Indonesia) Keit
Golek (Indonesia) Lancetilla Nam Doc Mai
Mango is a tropical fruit of the Mango tree.Mangoes have been cultivated in South Asia for thousands of years 
that it is native to the Asian continent
Mango trees make handsome landscape specimens and shade trees. They are erect and fast growing with sufficient heat.
Adaptation: Mangos basically require a frost-free climate. Flowers and small fruit can be killed if 
temperatures drop below 40° F,  but mature trees may withstand very short periods of temperatures as low as
25° F. The mango must have warm, dry weather to set fruit
Pollinators are flies, hoverflies,but do not fertilize after midsummer. Organic fertilizers perform best.

Frost Protection: During the first two years, the trees should be given some protection such as an overhead
cover during any frost threat. Once the tree is 3 to 4 feet high, overhead protection is difficult but still worthwhile,
especially if an unusual cold snap is predicted. Frost damage can also be avoided by erecting an overhead lath shelter,
Do not prune dead parts until all frost danger is past.

Mango varieties
The mango varieties that we grow represent the finest selections from around the world 

A ripe mango can vary in color from yellow, orange or red to green, 
depending on the cultivar. There is a single long, flat seed in the middle.

You can grow the mango plant in the pot to get fruit.