Buying Mango Trees
Looking to buy a mango tree? There are so many types that are available at your local nurseries, garden stores and more.
If you live in a warmer climate, you’re likely to have better luck finding mango trees for sale, since they thrive in warm temperatures. In fact, mango trees can’t grow or produce fruit in places that frequently reach temperatures lower than 40°F.
However, if you live in a colder climate, you can keep your mango trees inside. There are dwarf mango trees that can be grown in pots that are perfect for small living spaces or cold climates. These smaller trees only reach between two to four meters, and come in varieties like the Irwin, Nam Doc Mai and Palmer.
Ensure that you water your plant frequently and that it receives lots of sunlight. Mango trees prefer to have 8 to 10 hours of direct sunlight, so find a very sunny place to put your tree!
If all goes well, you’ll have a happy mango tree that will one day form fruit. It can take up to three years for mangos to form, so you’ll have to find a little patience for your tree. But just imagine how delicious those mangos will be once they’re finally ripe and ready!