I repotted my Glenn July of last year and fertilized it with dynamite slow release late October so I wasn't sure if it would bloom this year (thought maybe it would concentrate on roots and new growths instead)...but to my surprise I found some bloom spikes starting to emerge on a few branches! We've had 3 mornings of freeze already this month and I wasn't able to bring it inside due to the large size and very heavy weight so it stayed outside and got covered, it did get some minor leaf damage but not nearly as much as my inground Cogshall and small Keitt. Not bad considering it could have been much worse. Now, I just have to hope we don't get any more freezes but I still have many weeks before we're safe...wish me luck.
My mangoes are definitely blooming much later this year than last year.