Planting – Mango Season

The photograph is a bit blurry, but I think you can see the small mango sprout in the center. I have sprouted and grown mango pits in the past, but the small trees didn’t grow quickly enough for me, and I didn’t continue on with them. I’m going to try once again, and this time start an earlier fertilizing schedule. I’ll update later in the season.

Growing a Mango Pit

 

 

16 thoughts on “Planting – Mango Season

      1. yes, I hope it, the nature make me happy and goes by itself at mango not you do not have to do so much, I have the core as it is in kopst bag hinen made with avocado and date, ales test, and kammen you all the world, healthy and this time in the same corner have tried to go ahead, let’s see.
        whether with me or with you, the first mango grow, it makes a lot of joy when I see a hard core, gets live, and his life is very important to us, you have wonderful day and a lot of fun and joy in planting wishes I thank them .. many thanks. Again we will start together again! 😊

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        1. Timelesslady

          We will have to keep each other updated as to the progress of our mango ‘babies.’ Thanks so much for the comment and for stopping by my blog today.

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    1. Timelesslady

      Thanks Susie, I will probably have to take it in and out in colder seasons. I have high hopes. I love your encouraging words to me. Thanks for being a wonderful friend. Kathy

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  1. I have tried to grow mango seeds( pits) here and have been quite successful- I put them in the soil on the ground and they grew up to about a foot high- later they died because I ran out of water one summer. Some summers, water is conserved and not allowed for gardening.
    Susie

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    1. Timelesslady

      That is a really good size. I could never get my sprouts to do much. I’m going to try again and try to give it a bit more fertilizer and see if that works.

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  2. My husband really likes Bonsai and watches a lot of You Tubes on how to train them I wonder if the temperatures prove too cold there for mango, if you could train it to grow as a Bonsai. He is currently working on a Verbinum that grows too large for our yard.

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