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Fruits and Nuts: Dwarf Mango Tree

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Pembroke Pines, FL
(Zone 10a)

October 5, 2003
9:07 PM

Post #671442

Is there such a tree as a "Dwarf Mango Tree"? If so ,can I grow it in a container? I have limited space but I would love to try! I live in hot and humid summer and dry and cool in winter. Oh,what size container if so?
Homestead, FL
(Zone 10b)

October 5, 2003
11:19 PM

Post #671540


I hope you can find some information here that you can use:
Franklin, NC
(Zone 6b)

December 8, 2003
8:02 PM

Post #726907

According to one site I found, "Julie is the true dwarf and will get only 8 ft. high. Cogshall is the semi-dwarf mango tree and can reach 12 ft. Also there is a new "Hawaiian Dwarf Mango" to try." That seems concurrent with other sites I saw. I did see that Julie was highly succeptible to Anthracnose.

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