Mangifera indica ‘Glenn’

Common Name Glenn Mango
Type of Plant Tree

Having a rounded canopy and compact form, this variety of mango is easily cultivated and space efficient. Named for its cultivator, Roscoe Glenn, this fruit is notably sweet, lacks fiber and has an attractive aroma. It's harvest should be June to July and if planted in full sun, will turn a light shade of red when ripe. Fruits grown in shade will often maintain their light orange/yellow hue when ripe.

Requirements This tree should be regularly watered, and grown in well drained soil. It will thrive in full sun to partial shade.
Country of Origin US (South Florida)
Cold Tolerance 35
Sun Needs Full Sun
Water Needs Little
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