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Glenn Mango Tree
  • Glenn Mango Tree
  • Glenn Mango Tree
  • Growing Zones: 4-11 (potted) 8-11 (in ground)
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    Mature Height: 8-15 ft.
    Mature Width: 8-10 ft.
    Sunlight: Full - Partial
    Spacing: 8-10 ft.
    Botanical: Mangifera indica 'Glenn'
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Glenn Mango Tree

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    Sweet Tropical Fruit that Grows Anywhere!

    • Delicious, juicy fruit with amazing health benefits
    • Great source of vitamins & minerals
    • Polyphenolic anti-oxidant compounds are shown to protect against cancer
    • Adds exceptional interest to any garden
    • Cold hardy and can be wintered indoors
    • Grows outside AND in planters
    • Compact size with abundant fruit production
    • Perfect plucked from the tree or in savory and sweet dishes

    Mangoes are Easy to Grow
    While this beautiful, tropical fruit may seem difficult to grow, you will be surprise at just how easy your Glenn Mango Tree is to maintain. This cultivar has been hybridized to create a cold tolerant plant that will produce fruit anywhere in the country.

    In addition to tolerating a variety of climates, the Glenn Mango Tree will grow in the ground as well as in larger planters. When grown planted in the ground, this tree will reach up to 20 feet in height. If grown in a planter, this cultivar matures at 4 to 8 feet tall and remains compact. If you live in the northern regions of the country, this compact, yet prolific, producer is easy to move indoors during the colder winter months.

    Beautiful Accent in any Garden
    Your Glenn Mango Tree is sure to add beauty and interest to your landscape. With dense medium green foliage and a rich brown bark, your mango tree will serve as a lush vertical accent from spring through late fall. As fruit begins to form on your mango tree, your garden will spring to life with color and texture. It takes 100 to 150 days for fruit to ripen from blossoms, adding yellow and crimson tones to your landscape during the process.

    Mangoes Taste Great Plucked From the Tree or Added to Sweet or Savory Dishes
    A fresh ripe mango is one of nature's tastiest treats. Soft, juicy flesh and intoxicating fragrance will transport you to warm sandy beaches in tropical locales. If you prefer to use your mango harvest for cooking and baking, there are endless recipes to follow for dishes that range from sweet to savory and everything in between. From mango smoothies and chutneys, too mango tarts and jams you'll love the versatility this fruit offers. If you'd like to learn more about cooking and baking with mangoes be sure to visit for recipes and additional nutritional information.

    Mangoes Offer Numerous Health Benefits
    In addition to being a tasty treat, mangoes offer numerous health benefits. Mangoes are rich in pre-biotic dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, and poly-phenolic antioxidant compounds making them an integral part of a healthy and holistic diet. Wondering what all that mumbo-jumbo means? Quite simply it means mangoes will improve digestion, provide vital nutrients your body requires to function, and protect you against a number of cancers.

    Regardless of the reason you want to grow mangoes in your home garden the Glenn Mango Tree is a great option for gardeners in North America. This Cold tolerant and versatile plant is easy to care for and provides abundant fruit year after year.

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