Mango

Come see us this Saturday _shopsatwiregrass from 10-2! This week we'll have the first harvest of the
Come see us this Saturday _shopsatwiregrass from 10-2! This week we have the last harvest of these b
Mango update! Glen's are getting bigger, still looking like late June for harvest #thewildguava #man
Glenn Mangoes are in full swing! Come see us this Saturday at the _shopsatwiregrass and Sunday at _h
Baby Valencia Pride Mangoes, these are following right behind the Glenn's, looking to harvest late J
Mangoes! Big harvest this week, all fiberless varieties! As always our fruit is #grownbyus #grownnat
Cogshall Mango in our grove flowering like crazy! #mangoesarecoming #thewildguava  #inthegrove #cant
Baby #valenciapride mango! These are our seconds harvest after the Glenn, look for them in late July
Baby Glenn Mangoes! Another month or so of bathing in the island sunshine and these beauties will be
More mango flowers! #springishere #mangogrove #mangoflowers #thewildguava #locallyowned #locallygrow
#floridasunshine coming through the #mangogrove #thewildguava #babymangoes #almostsummer #realfood #
Keitts are here! They may not be pretty, but they are tasty, huge, fiberless and organic! #thewildgu
3 different Island Mangoes, all for sale this weekend along with fiberless Glenn, Valencia Prides an
Lemon Zest Mango blossoms! #mango #lemonzest #mangoflowers #bloom #blossom #exoticfruit #flower #flo
Valencia Pride Mango, huge, fiberless, tasty and now in season! #mango #mangoes #thewildguava #local
Glenn, Valencia Pride, Nam Doc Mai and Island Mangoes, Tanja's passion fruit and a few sweet tamarin
More mangoes! #mango #namdocmai #thewildguava #centralfl #cleaneating #thaimango #exoticfruit #exoti
It's mango time! We picked these beauties on the island yesterday, they'll be for sale Saturday at t
Small Keitt mango, the grove is already setting an early crop, very exciting! #mango #mangos #mangoe
Baby Nam Daq Mai mangoes! #mangoes #thewildguava #namdocmai #namdaqmai #mango #mangos #centralfl #cl

Uses

Mangoes are and amazing fruit! They can be peeled and eaten fresh, put into fresh fruit salsas, juices, smoothies, ice cream, marinades, sauces, pies, scones etc! Mangoes are great sources of vitamin A, C & E, fiber and iron. They can help regulate insulin levels in the blood, and can be mashed and mixed with honey and/or sugar for a great face or body scrub!

Care

Once Mangoes are established, the trees can do with out regular irrigation, and work well with the dry/rainy seasons in Florida. They will be severely damaged by temperatures under 28deg. They can be grown in sheltered areas and covered below 35deg successfully. They flower in February and March, fruit will ripen between May and September, but usually in June and July. Mangos enjoy full sun and well draining soil, and should be watered everyday for a month when first establishing.

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