Growing a Mango Tree

Growing a Mango Tree
I have had a mango tree in my garden for about 3 years. Last year I got 3 or 4 mangoes, but all of a sudden this year the tree has several bunches of baby mangoes. I never thought they would grow in southern California, but I am wondering if I should pick off some of the budding fruit. They can't possibly all turn into edible fruit can they?
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Hardiness Zone: 10a

By Katherine from Beverly Hills, CA

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Growing a Mango Tree

I know for sure that most of these fruit can be taken down when a fairly big size and eaten as raw mangoes.
You don't need to pluck any mangoes off. (07/14/2010)

By vidya dixit

Growing a Mango Tree

I used a damp paper towel to root some mango pits and even some avocado stones.
(08/21/2010)

By Sharon

RE: Growing a Mango Tree

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