A refreshing fruit that can be used in a variety of dishes, the mango is loved by many all over the world. At Everglades Farm, we can satisfy your fruity cravings with our wide selection of grafted mango trees. Our mango trees can be grown in containers or planted on the ground, and they typically produce fruit within 2-3 years. Soon enough, you’ll have a backyard full of mangoes with our grafted mango trees.
There are many Mango Varieties. We list below the six most popular mango varieties. This is not an all-inclusive list.
You may not know this, but mangoes aren’t all made the same. There are a variety of types of mangoes. So check out the chart below to help you choose your type of mango tree. Each variety varies slightly.
Fruit Size in Ounces
Fruit Production Months
Nam Doc Mai
6 Meters Max
10 Feet on Average
What is Dwarf or condo Mango?
Dwarf or Condo mango trees are suitable to grow in containers, balconies, greenhouses or planting in suburban backyards because they like to grow to the sides and can be easily maintained at 6-10 feet tall by pruning them once a year.
What are Grafted Mangoes?
All of our mango trees are grafted. This is the process of taking a piece of a mature mango tree and moving it to a different seedling. The two mesh together. The mature tree creating the canopy and the seedling creating the truck and roots of the tree.
We do this practice to ensure that our mango trees reliably sprout and it helps keep the overall price and production of mango trees down. At Everglades Farm, we want each of our customers to be more than satisfied with their mango tree. Grafting allows us to ensure that each tree lives up to our standards of perfection.