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Couldn't Help Myself...

Posted by puglvr1 9a Central FL (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 21, 10 at 10:58

Well, after waiting three long years I finally picked one of my very first Mango from my Cogshall tree! It was still green but occasionally I like to eat them when they are still a little green with hot peppers :o) I used to eat these when I was a kid living in Guam and the Philippines. It was one of the smaller size from a cluster of three. I have a couple starting to show some color also. I can't wait to taste one once it ripens to see how it taste.

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RE: Couldn't Help Myself...

Cool!!!! Good for you. After the brutal winter weather you have had, I'm so happy you can enjoy a mango from your tree! Congratulations.

: )

RE: Couldn't Help Myself...

Congrats! Hope it tastes delicious.

RE: Couldn't Help Myself...

Thanks Bluepalm and was great, green but very good.

On a side note, my large Pineapple guava tree that had tons of blooms didn't hold any fruits...I guess I'm going to have to be satisfied with this one being a "shade tree". I do have a small bush also, that has a few fruits...we'll see if it stays on the tree to maturity.

Harry, if you're reading you have any Pineapple Guava on your tree?

RE: Couldn't Help Myself...

Very nice looking mangoes and Congrats! Let us know how the ripe ones tastes.

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