Mature, but not yet ripe.
Immature fruit of the alanpur banisham. One of the two fruit that set this year.
A mature alanpur banisham mango [green] compared for size with a store-bought mango of unknown variety.
About 3 Month old
These fruits are still green on the tree. The tree leaves when crushed smell like the mango fruit.
Dubai UAE zone 11
This is the alanpur banisham in bloom. This particular tree is only 4 or 5 years old. Only two of all these blooms set fruit.
Interior of the alanpur banisham mango. It has a creamy, custard-like texture. Note the absence of fiber around the pit.
The purple inflorescence caught my eyes. Rio de Janeiro, early spring.
A Mango tree growing in the Jardim das Princesas, a closed garden next to the National Museum of Rio de Janeiro.
A cleaned mango pit with still a little bit of fruit still on.
The picture shows the embryo inside the mangos envelope-like pod, that is often planted.
Mangos ripening on a tree in Quayaquil, Ecuador, December 2004
Mango tree near San Diego, California with ripe fruit.
I found this one that sprouted from a discarded seed near an azalea
Huge at Habitation CÚron, Martinique. Copyright Karl Gercens. Conservatory Horticulturist at Longwood Gardens. http://www.karlgercens.com/