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Mango – Mangifera Indica
44.0 AED – 399.0 AED
Botanical name:- Mangifera Indica.
Mango – Mangifera Indica is the king of all fruits.
- Mango – Mangifera Indica is a juicy ripe category of mango fruit content with tropical aroma. These are one of the most expensive kinds of Mango tree species, which is widely grown in Western India. They grow well under certain conditions, such as they do need a lot of Sunlight to grow at their best form. This Mango tree (Mangifera Indica) is strongly distinguished by erect growth, and branches with a thick trunk and broad rounded umbrella-shaped canopy. Their dark green shiny leaves are either lanceolate or elliptical shape with long petioles and a leathery texture. The mango fruit that it bears is roughly oval shaped with uneven sides. The skin of the fruit is yellow-green to red. And this tree also blooms with clusters of flowers, which contains cream-pink petals on their branched panicles. Apart from the Ornamental look of this tree, Mangifera Indica also has many values in medicinal and culinary fields.
Mangifera Indica are quite useful in culinary and medicinal purposes.
- Mango are rich in Vitamin A and are so sweet when fully ripe. They can be consumed as a fresh fruit or used in a desert or many could find their use as pickles (when it is raw). Mangoes do get some medicinal values too, such as raw mangoes could be helpful to make an easy digestion or to deal with constipation. They could also help one to fight against diabetes by suppressing sugar levels in the body. And in traditional Indian medicines, their leaves have been known for treating kidney stones and respiratory problems. You should keep sure to take consultation from professionals before using Mangifera Indica for your medicinal requirements.
Mangifera Indica is easy to grow.
- They perform well when kept in the presence of full sunlight. Water them enough to keep their soil moist, but not wet. The soil on which they are supposed to be planted must be well-drained. And to sight their healthy growth, ideally temperature must be around 20 – 35 degree Celsius. In terms of feeding, use any organic fertilizers.
It’s not a Pet-Friendly plant.
- Although they are resourceful for human beings, they might be toxic for your pets. Skin of their and leaves contains some sort of toxic irritant sap, that could cause dermatitis, when ingested. Therefore, it’s not safe to keep them around your pets.
1.0m – 1.5m, 1.8m-2m, 2M-2.3M, 60cm-80cm, 80cm-100cm