Mangifera indica x Philippine
Philippine mango is a small fiberless fruit introduced to Florida from Cuba ironically. It is one of the most important varieties of mango cultivated in the Philippines. The flesh is soft, melting, and has a sweet rich flavor. The tree is a large vigorous grower well adapted to South Florida. The fruit ripens from June to July.
Philippine Mango Details:
- Evergreen/Deciduous: Evergreen
- Growth Rate: Fast
- Tree Size: 10-12 feet tall and wide
- Fruit Size: 1 inch in diameter
- Fruit Weight: 3 to 5 grams
- Bearing Age: 3 years
- Self-fruting: Yes
- Fruiting Season: June-August
- Light Needs: Full to Part Sun
- USDA Zone: 9-11
- Hardiness: Hardy to 30F.