Mango, Mangifera indica, is an evergreen tree in the family Anacardiaceae grown for its edible fruit. The mango tree is erect and branching with a thick trunk and broad, rounded canopy. Mature leaves are leathery, glossy, and deep green in color. New leaves arise in terminal growth flushes that occur several times a year. Mature terminal branches bear pyramidal flower panicles that have several hundred white flowers that are about a 1/4 inch wide when open. Most of the flowers function as males by providing pollen, but some are bisexual and set fruit. Pollination is by flies, wasps, and bees.Note : Plant comes with 10″ decorative pot
- Light : 7 – 8 hrs. Direct Sunlight
- Watering : In Summer – Daily, In Rainy & Winter – as per soil moisture
- Where to grow : Outdoors
- Maintenance : Low maintenance
- Special feature : Fruit Plant
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