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What kind of Mango trees do I have?

Posted by Raijin 10 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 13, 11 at 15:40

Does anyone here know what kind of mango trees that I have?

Both came from the same mother tree so both should be the same breed.

Mango tree,New top,Florida

Mango tree,New top,Florida

Mango tree,New top,Florida

Mango tree,New top,Florida

Both trees are 1 years old. I recently transplanted both trees inside of a 20 gal Rubbermaid trash can. How big will they get before I need to do another transplant? The reason why I have them in trash cans is because I might be moving within the next 2 to 3 more years, and I really want to keep my mango trees if possible.


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RE: What kind of Mango trees do I have?

Looks like the rare and beautiful green leaved, yellow veined, and reddish new growth variety. A real keeper!
No, seriously, no one can tell, with any degreee of certainty, a mango variety from a picture of just the young plant. This is especially so when it is a seedling (planted from a seed). From what variety of mango was the seed taken?

Harry


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