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Orange Sherbert Mango Tree Grafted

Orange Sherbert Mango Tree Grafted

Regular price $94.95 USD
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  • Sweet. Daughter of Lemon Zest. Disease resistant
  • Grown in our plant nursery in Homestead, Florida with the benefits of our subtropical weather
  • Average age of tree in 3 gal container: 6 months
  • Makes a great shade tree
  • Grafted trees can bear fruit in 2-3 years, under proper conditions and care.
  • This tree ships in a 3-Gallon plastic container
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Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Healthy Plant

The plant arrived quickly and looking healthy. I put it in a larger pot and it handled the transition well. It’s been a little over two weeks and the plant still looks good.

David Durie
Orange sherbert mango

Tree was packed well in the box on arrival and the tree is in good condition.


Tree was very well packaged, and the tree looks extremely healthy. Very satisfied since it was very hard for me to find this mango tree.

Cody R.
Just impressive 3-1/4 month update

This grower needed some more praise since my original review. My 4 foot Orange sherbert Mango tree hasn't slowed down since delivery a bit over three months ago, almost every week it seems to burts with new growth. The attached picture is of the tree now 3-1/4 months later, with a 7 foot fence behind it. I have it in a 20 gallon cloth grow bag protected by a 110 gallon stock tank (keeps the pests from bothering it and drains any excess water through the bottom plug). The grow bag probably adds about another foot to the original container it came in, so by this average it has grown about one foot each month. If the tree continues at the same rate, I'll probably have to use the stock tank as it's container by next year. Keep doing what you're doing Evergaldes Farms!

Robert Talman
Never Seen This Before !!

I posted a review back in April 10 and this is an UPDATE. It's been a little over 6 months and into its 3rd flushing. Branches were drooping because of the weight of the new growth. The last week in August, I decided to prune for structure support since there were 3 branches and a central lead. WOW. Growth exploded. There are 26 new branches (on 4 limbs) about an inch long. Never seen any thing like this. I am growing strictly organic- no chemical fertilizers. I owe Everglades a big thank you because this is a very exceptional tree.