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Dwarf Mango Tree (Mangifera indica)

Dwarf Mango Tree  (Mangifera indica) (Mangifera indica (Mango))

Dwarf mango trees are very popular here in San Diego. They can produce a lot of fruit on a relatively small tree of 7 - 12 ft (2 - 3.7 m) tall. It's perfect size for picking the fruit. Photo taken at Quail Botanical Gardens on Sept. 5, 2017.

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Dont show Stan this lol sorry Stan ☺ I wish I could grow one lots of fruit on there.

9 Sep, 2017


Stan will most likely eventually see it. lol!

Yes, this little tree was loaded with almost ripe fruit.

9 Sep, 2017


I should have planted mine 20 years ago.
Not sure which variety that is..round fruit. I mostly know the Mexican-Philippine types by eye or Valencia Pride that is like a giant version of Manila.
It could be a Glenn. I hear very good things about them in the bay area.

9 Sep, 2017


I know I wish I planted another tree after my Keitt was crowded out and died. I could have had a big tree by now.

I think it could be Kent. The coloring is very similar.

10 Sep, 2017


I planted the Santa Rosa Plum today. Next is the Avocado. I hope the gophers,or root rot or anthracnose...many enemys to worry about with the 'Cado.

25 Sep, 2017


How nice. I love Santa Rosa plums. They so sweet and juicy! :>))

I wish you the best of luck with the gophers!

28 Sep, 2017

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