- Tebow mango is a crossing of Edward and Kent mango varieties
- The combination succeeds in creating a mango variety of excellent yield, like Kent mango and high quality fruit, like the Edward mango
- The fruit is yellow and pink when ripe. Completely fiberless. Fruit size is about one pound each.
- Season: July to August -Mid to Late Season
- Grown in our plant nursery in Homestead, Florida with the benefits of our subtropical weather
- Makes a great shade tree
- Grafted trees can bear fruit in 2-3 years, under proper conditions and care.
- This tree ships in a plastic container with soil
Came in good looking graft until I repotted and did with lots of care but did not survived . looks like in daycare plant from nursery and did not survived in California weather. No growth what's so ever after first few weeks before it gave up. happy if it would comes with more branches or stronger roots may be.
This mango tree was delay In delivery. It got knock around during shipping. It took longer than expected. It lost most of it’s leaves. The tree was shorter then 4 feet. I was concerned about the grafted area. I was very disappointed with this tree.
I think I took good care of the tree because it bounced back after a month with some new leaves. I am not too sure if I will buy any more tree from Everglades because the Glenn mango tree was never delivered. The replacement is still somewhere out there. I hope they will deliver that soon.
My trees already pushed new growth and is working on its second flush. Great tree!