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September Mangoes in April.


By Stan510

September Mangoes in April. (Mangifera indica (Mango))

In September they will be full sized and sort of yellow. Sweet.
Very cool day,wind,even a Seagull flew over the tree as I stood there. Like being at the beach near San Francisco in the deep summer fogs.

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Looks like a decent crop there Stan.

30 Apr, 2018


They shed Penny on a tree this size to 3-4 per branch. I will take that. They are sweet right off the tree.

1 May, 2018


That would be enough for me to Stan only I would nt be able to reach pick them lol

1 May, 2018


Wow! That's amazing! So many flowers!

The mango tree around the corner from me has so many mangoes on it...I can't believe it! The mangoes are the size of almonds (unshelled) right now.

12 May, 2018


They've grown here also since. I would say the largest are now large pea size?
I notice too Andy,that one panicle is different from the others..its stretching out while the others are compact with no space between flowers.
Penny..if you had one with nice ripe sweet fruit? You would then invest in a very sharp pole saw-lol. These are never wasted. Never!

12 May, 2018


The little fruit look great! I hope you get lot of beautiful, large fruit!

14 May, 2018

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