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Grafted Mango "Banganapalle" | Benishan Mango - Plant

Grafted Mango "Banganapalle" | Benishan Mango - Plant

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Live plant along with plastic pot.
Plant height will be 18-24 inches in 6 inches pot.
Live healthy Grafted plant, Age 2-3 years,
Plant height is 24-36 inches (Mature thick stem) in 8 inches pot.
Starts fruiting in 18-24 months.

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Grafted Mango "Banganapalle" - Plant

The Mango Banganapalle is a special kind of mango tree also known as Benishan and Bernisha. It's known for its taste and sweet smell. The tree is medium to large in size and grows up to 30 to 40 feet tall. It has lots of shiny, dark green leaves that make it look lush and pretty.

In the spring, the Mango Banganapalle tree blooms with small, fragrant flowers. The flowers have pale yellow petals and a nice smell that attracts bees and other bugs that help them grow. After the flowers, the tree produces big mangoes that are about 6 to 8 inches long. The mangoes have a smooth, thin, golden-yellow skin with some red on the sunny side. When you cut them open, you'll find soft, deep yellow flesh that's very juicy and not stringy. They taste sweet with a little tanginess, which makes them really delicious. 

To grow well, the Mango Banganapalle tree needs a warm, tropical climate with lots of sunlight. It likes soil that drains water well. You should water it regularly, especially when it flowers and bears fruit. It's also important to trim and take care of the tree to keep it healthy.

Having a Mango Banganapalle tree in your garden not only gives you lots of yummy mangoes but also makes your garden look beautiful. The tree has a nice shape, pretty leaves, and lovely-smelling flowers. People who love mangoes really enjoy the Mango Banganapalle because it tastes so good and is a special treat for the senses.

  • Location: Plant your Banganapalle mango tree in a location that gets full sun and good air circulation.
  • Soil: The soil should be well-drained and fertile.
  • Watering: Water your mango tree deeply once a week during the growing season, and reduce watering during the winter months.
  • Fertilization: Fertilize your mango tree with a balanced fertilizer once a month during the growing season. You can also apply compost or aged manure around the base of the tree.
  • Pruning: Prune your mango tree in late winter or early spring to remove dead or diseased branches, and to promote healthy growth.
  • Pest and disease control: Keep an eye out for pests such as mango fruit fly and mango seed weevil, and use organic methods such as neem oil or insecticidal soap to control them. Also, be on the lookout for diseases such as powdery mildew or anthracnose, and treat them promptly with fungicides.
  • Harvesting: Harvest your Banganapalle mangoes when they are fully ripe and have a sweet fragrance. Gently twist the fruit off the tree, or use a pruning tool to cut the stem.

Note: Plant may slightly differ from shown image depending on Season and growth pattern

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