Free Shipping on Orders $99+
(enter: FREE99 at checkout)

You are in Growing Zone:


  Hurry... (Ends in )

9am-5:30pm EST

Checkout Shopping Cart: (0) Items
  • Glenn Mango Tree for Sale

    Glenn Mango Tree for Sale

    Glenn Mango Tree for Sale

*images shown are of mature plants

Glenn Mango Tree

Mangifera indica 'Glenn'

This item will return soon!
You may be interested in the products below
Notify me when this item returns in stock!

Growing Zones: 4-11 patio / 9-11 outdoors
(hardy down to 30℉)

Growing Zones 9-11 outdoors
4-11 patio
9-11 outdoors

You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

15-20 ft.

Mature Width:

8-10 ft.



Growth Rate:


Harvest Time:


Year to Bear:

Fruits 1st year!

Botanical Name:

Mangifera indica 'Glenn'

Does Not Ship To:


Delicious Mangoes in Any Zone

Gorgeous growth with delectable taste that's second to none - the Glenn Mango is in a league of its own, especially since it's an abundant producer, both in containers and in the ground.

But what sets the Glenn Mango apart from the rest?

For starters, Glenn Mangoes can be grown anywhere in the country, effortlessly. And they can tolerate brief temperature drops down to 30 degrees once they're established. In colder areas, simply bring the tree indoors for the winter. It quickly grows to a manageable size - reaching 20 feet when planted outdoors but only 4 to 8 feet when grown in a container. 

Plus, with good looks and great taste, indoor growth is highly desirable. This exotic tree has vibrant green leaves and an aromatic scent that will enhance space - the perfect contrast against its vivid, vibrant orange-red hue. Also, the Glenn Mango is self-pollinating, which means it will produce fruit all by itself. Just place it by a sun-soaked, South-facing window and watch the growth take off.

What we love about the Glenn Mango: Your medium to large mangoes will be ready for harvesting from late June to July in its first year of growth. Seed-grown Mango Trees can take 6 to 8 years to produce fruit, but because we put in extra work to hand-graft your tree (adding a year or more to our own growing schedule), it's ready to go and grow. And with a firm texture, Glenn Mangoes are not as fibrous as most mango varieties, making them the perfect fruit for adding to desserts, salads or savory chutneys.  

Basically, you can save thousands of dollars and tons of time with the Glenn Mango - order your own today!

Pinterest Facebook Twitter

Glenn Mango Tree Pollination

Glenn Mango Trees are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Glenn Mango Tree will drastically increase the size of your crop.

Customers who bought this item also bought...

Customer Reviews

4.2 / 5.0
90 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
So far so good.
Planted the Mango outdoors. Used all the recommended soils, fertilizer, etc. Its now drooping and getting a lot of rain today 12/16/18. I am leaving it where it is and hopefully in the spring it will enjoy the warmth and be used to the climate in Northern California. I won't give up on it. Thank you.
December 16, 2018
2 months ago
Growing Zone:
Arrived rough but doing ok
My Glenn mango arrived in a bit of rough condition but is now stable and is looking good. Overall, I’m glad I ordered my tree from FGT. Most of the leaves were green when the plant arrived but a good number looked damaged or wilted. The damaged leaves immediately fell off within a few days. I didn’t panic, I figured it would need to acclimate to its new home. I left it in its original pot to not shock it anymore and gave it consistent water but let it dry between. After a few weeks of looking stable I repotted it into a new pot. I probably could have waited a year since its roots hadn’t filled much of the pot but it’s looking good and green and seems to like the citrus/cactus soil I used. I haven’t had a single new leaf grow yet but I read mangos have sudden growth spurts so I’ll be parient. Hopefully by spring it will give me some new growth. While the plant is 4-5ft tall, its still a whip so I’m not sure I’ll get fruit the first year.
December 16, 2018
2 months ago
Very Happy
The plant was in excellent shape when delivered. The way they shipped it, was excellent as well. The pot that plant was delivered in was way too small, soil was very dry. They instructed me ahead of time to buy a larger pot for plant, so it could be replanted ASAP.
November 25, 2018
3 months ago
Glenn Mango experiment in zone 9
Hi, I received a perfectly healthy tree in October and planted it in the designated spot with the full sun right away. The tree took beautifully. We are in November now and I’m protecting my tree with the cover over the frame as the temperatures drop 40 or lower at night. I’m planning to keep it covered until spring. Fingers crossed!
November 13, 2018
3 months ago
Growing Zone:
No fruit yet but growing very well
I've only had the Mango for the summer so i was not expecting a harvest yet, but i am hopeful for next year. It is growing well. It has lost no leaves to brown, blight, etc. and has sprouted some new leaves on top that have darkened and look very healthy. My first Glenn mango plan died shortly after i potted it but FGT sent me a replacement immediately The second one i have not re-potted yet but will do so before bringing in for the winter. It's very attractive and easy care so far!
September 29, 2018
7 months ago
Growing Zone:
tropical tree
so far it seems to be handling the weather well in my hot house however the true test will be during the winter although we have a mild winter in austin texas and it only gets down to 32 hot house.
August 26, 2018
5 months ago
I buy a Glenn mango tree but only last a week and dies i call fast growing company and since they were out of stock of glend s at that moment they ask me if i want to wait or got a other they send me a other tree right away but this time a Keitt mango i got it 2 weeks ago and lock good and healthy I strongly recommend fast growing
August 2, 2018
6 months ago
Growing Zone:
Mixed disappointed
My tree died. It must be too hot right now in nevada. Such a shame it was beautiful healthy when delivered. If I could get a refund i will replant in the fall.
August 1, 2018
6 months ago
As expected and well packaged.
Would definitely recommend this for container growing and keeping small. Buying from a reputable grower adds to my comfort level as I have gotten 15+ trees here prior. I'm sure this will bloom next season but I will not allow fruit set and have it focus on growing. I will advise others to bring it in early (Sep week 1) if you are in zone 7 and below and avoid issues.
Will repot in a few weeks
Arrived in great condition
July 29, 2018
6 months ago
Growing Zone:
Great customer service, they answered me the same day and offered a solution right away!
I received it in a week and immediately I followed the instructions to plant it. After 2 weeks was died. They replaced it with an Alphonso mango. It looks much better. Just I’m waiting how it will be.
July 28, 2018
7 months ago
Growing Zone:

Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Glenn Mango Tree

Glenn Mango Tree Planting Diretions

The Glenn Mango (Mangifera indica 'Glenn') is a fast growing, semi-dwarf tropical tree that produces delicious mangoes without taking up too much space. This full sun loving tropical tree is best suited for USDA growing zones 9-11 but can be successfully container grown for zones 4-11. When grown outside in more tropical areas, the mango can take cold snaps that drop as low as 30 degrees. One of the other advantages of the Glenn is that it is a self-fertile tree which means you can get fruit with just the one but have a more bountiful harvest with two nearby one another.

Location: Direct sunlight and lots of warmth are a mango’s best friend. When choosing a location, whether in a container or in the ground, try to choose a place with the most hours of sunlight possible. If the container will be indoors, place it near a window. When choosing a location in the ground, avoid low areas or areas that tend to flood. Mangoes like to be on higher, drier ground for better drainage.

Planting Directions (in ground):
1) Once you have chosen the best spot for your tree, dig a hole that’s three times as wide as the pot your tree came in, and just as deep. Take a pitchfork or shovel and loosen the soil around the sides of the hole. Remove any debris, like dirt clumps, grass, or rocks.
2) Carefully remove the tree from its plastic container and gently comb through the root ball to free up the roots.
3) Position your tree in the hole, and make sure that it’s level with the surrounding ground, and that it is standing straight up.
4) Back fill the hole and tamp down with your hands as you go to avoid any air pockets from forming.
5) When you have finished, water the planting site generously and then broadcast mulch around the base to conserve soil moisture and combat any competing weeds that try to grow around the tree. Avoid letting the mulch touch the trunk of the tree or fungus and rot may set in.
*Tip: Mangoes prefer loose sandy soil that is on the acidic side. To achieve this, mix a little sand into the hole along with a bag of acidic planting mix. The acidic planting mix will have lots of potassium to make your mangoes taste more flavorful!

Planting Directions (potted):
1) Select a pot that has multiple drainage holes in the bottom and is 2 sizes bigger than what the mango initially arrived in.
2) Fill in the open pot space around the root system with a quality potting mix that has a light acidic side to it.
3) Tamp down the potting soil as you would if the tree was planted in the ground to prevent any air pockets from forming.
4) Water the mango well so the soil has been evenly moistened and allow the soil to settle.
5) Ensure the tree is in a very sunny location as this tree does need full sun to thrive. 6-8+ hours each day is best for the exposure.

Watering: Mangoes are rarely ever thirsty but for their first two weeks of establishing, they MUST be watered every day. The most common mistake that gardeners make with this tree is over watering. For the first 6 weeks after planting, water only once every three days. After that you can back off to once a week and then every two weeks over the winter. During the hot months of summer your tree may need a bit more water than over the spring or fall. Potted mangos will need watering on a daily basis as well at first. After the 1st two weeks, water whenever the top 2 inches of the soil is dry to the touch.

Fertilizer: DO NOT USE CHEMICAL FERTILIZER! Mangoes are easily burnt by fertilizers high in ammonium nitrate. The best fertilizer is a natural, organic one with mycorrhizal fungi and beneficial bacteria. A little gardening secret that Indians used to do that works wonders on mangoes, bury a fish touching the roots of your plant. The fish contains lots of nutrient crucial to a mango in its first years. Potted mangos will benefit from a balanced fertilizer formula such as a 10-10-10 while actively growing. Cut back on feeding the tree nitrogen in flowering period, instead provide a boost of phosphorus and potassium.

Weed Control: Weeds steal vital nutrients from the plants around them. The best way to keep weeds at bay and help your tree grow is with pine bark. Placing a one-inch thick layer three feet around the base of your tree will stop the weeds. Also another bonus is as the pine bark decomposes, it will raise the acidity of your soil naturally!

Pruning: On a mango tree the fruit forms at the ends of the branches. Because pruning causes the tree to put on more lateral branches, pruning will give you more mangoes. Mangoes are very forgiving so don’t be afraid to prune them, but don’t go crazy and scalp the thing. Your goal when pruning should be to form an open crown so that light and air can penetrate to the middle of the tree. This will reduce the risk of fungus and diseases. The best time of year to prune your mango tree is right after the harvest; but in cooler areas you will be better off pruning just before the mango starts to flower. Some light pruning of the potted mango is good. These trees do not typically require a lot of pruning, just be sure to remove dead, damaged or diseased branches to help control the tree’s shape.

Pollination: Mangoes are excellent self-pollinators and will produce fruit by themselves. If you want to double your yield it is recommended to plant a second mango and encourage bees and other pollinators to come to your trees.

Planting & Care

Questions & Answers

Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
Browse 62 questions Browse 62 questions and 140 answers
Why did you choose this? Store
my wife loves mangos
rick r on Dec 10, 2018
I have a manila mango tree already which has not done so well. All the information I read here on the Glenn Mango tree appears to be a better tree for my area, I hope it will be true.
Eduardo F F on Dec 2, 2018
my wife loves mangos
rick r on Dec 10, 2018
I chose this, due to the zoning.
Jinette C on Dec 10, 2018
I have a manila mango tree already which has not done so well. All the information I read here on the Glenn Mango tree appears to be a better tree for my area, I hope it will be true.
Eduardo F F on Dec 2, 2018
Good Luck & Prosperity
SHEFALI M on Oct 26, 2018
We Love the fruit and are trying to find the best tree for our growing area.
G A on Oct 24, 2018
Fast growing
Jose M on Oct 15, 2018
I love eating Mango
Kal I on Sep 26, 2018
This is a very good mango.
charles v on Sep 24, 2018
Love mangoes and reviews said it was good
Priya M on Sep 24, 2018
I love mango
Magnolia T on Sep 10, 2018
Good reviews on this type of Mango.
George G on Aug 29, 2018
I live in a great zone for growing this, I love mangos..
Shauna J on Aug 27, 2018
Love mangoes.Hope that this is the one that will work for me..Always want to grow a mango-tree..Have one from seed but know that maybe it will never give fruit.So decide to get one more.
elaine l on Aug 9, 2018
I am hoping to see the Glenn Mango tree bear fruit in a year. I am in my 70's and can't wait. I never had a mango tree in my garden.
Clarita A on Aug 1, 2018
grew up on mango
Dennis M on Jul 21, 2018
i want to eat it
Nathan C on Jun 28, 2018
My co worker bought one last May 2019 and had flowers already. that made me order one today.
THELMA J on Jun 21, 2018
It reminds me of home. Guyana, South America.
dee m on Jun 19, 2018
We love the taste of the Glenn Mango ! It is a very good mango and we decided to try and grow our own. We also purchased a Alphonso mango tree. If it is the same mango I have had in the past, it is my favorite ! Hopefully the two trees will compliment each others pollination and produce a larger crop,
Daniel A on Jun 19, 2018
Love mangoes
Claudia A on Jun 18, 2018
I love mangos & wanted to try growing my own on the patio with the pomegranate tree I bought from you. The pomegranate tree is growing fast and already has fruit. I am very happy with your trees.
Suzanne E on Jun 16, 2018
Just trying something different.
Luis B on Jun 16, 2018
joe f on Jun 15, 2018
I love mangos. I have been trying to grow my own, but was never successful. While surfing, I found this tree that can be grown inside, and possible first year fruit excited me so I jumped on it.
Clarence J W on Jun 13, 2018
I have been trying to find a mango tree that was hardy for my zone. I love mangoes. Now I can grow my own
jeanette h on May 12, 2018
Love Mangos! the description states that this is a sweet less fibrous mango. It also says it will bloom sooner than most plants. I can't wait!
Janet C on May 12, 2018
I like mangoes
Mark P on May 11, 2018
My favorite fruit when I was a kid.
Rommel R on May 7, 2018
Love Mangoes but they don't grow in my region so I will try growing them in a container. This one seemed more cold hardy so I will try it and and see if I'm successful.
Juan C on May 7, 2018
As a kid I climb trees to get mangoes for people in my neighborhood.
Herbert M on May 6, 2018
love Mangoes
Andrea F on May 4, 2018
I love mango.
Sera N on Apr 30, 2018
I love mango
Jessy M on Apr 27, 2018
Plant outside
Marcos L on Apr 23, 2018
My wife is a culinary master and she makes the most delicious green mango salad with these beautiful Glen mangos!.....sooo tasty!
Cesar R on Apr 21, 2018
It will be my first Mango tree that will begin my new front yard orchard in San Antonio, Texas
Armando H on Apr 12, 2018
My dream to grow a mango tree in my backyard
RAJ V on Apr 12, 2018
Like Mangos and already have a Coconut variety. I am planning to have this one on a large Pot since my garden is full and I can't dig any more in the area I have available. I live in the southern part of Texas and temperatures are high on the summer and sometimes low in the winter. My Coconut tree managed well the 28 degrees with snow and a icy 30 degrees on two days on December 2017. I am hoping to get these mangos to eat.
franz C on Apr 9, 2018
I am from Brazil, it's a typical fruit from my country.
Adriana M on Feb 25, 2018
I enjoy various exotic fruits and I'm collecting different ones. Who doesn't love a Mango?
Shirley W on Feb 23, 2018
I last ordered two mango trees from you in January. I was out of town when we had two days of 25 degrees mournings and the were burnt pretty badly. I don't know if they will survive. I Have decided to buy two more trees. Hope they will make it. Very happy with other trees I Have purchased from you. Thanks, Charles
Charles L on Feb 22, 2018
glenn mango got the most high star ratings
Izzie and Bill S on Feb 19, 2018
I like mangos
delia rocio l on Feb 18, 2018
Mango leaves give out O2, I believe. Traditionally they are used for many purposes in Indian homes. One such custom is hanging the leaves strung together as a decoration on top of doorways at gatherings of people. I want to try it as 'air freshener' indoors.
Nalinakshi R on Feb 4, 2018
I love mangos
Jonathan L on Feb 2, 2018
Self pollinating
Janette N on Feb 2, 2018
Same thing
Debra M K on Feb 1, 2018
I have a Kent mango and wanted an earlier varietal with similar qualities
Ms Susan C on Jan 12, 2018
Aloha! I read that this particular mango tree fruits within a year...AND the price was right as well....Keoni
John G on Dec 30, 2017
I choose tree because you web site indicates it is fast growing and fast producing. Hopefully this is correct .
LOUIS M on Dec 23, 2017
I chose this, due to the zoning.
Jinette C on Dec 10, 2018
Good Luck & Prosperity
SHEFALI M on Oct 26, 2018

I live in Austin, Texas. Ground is rocky Texas Hill Country, and in winter, we have a couple of freezes. I really wanted a Magoe tree for my backyard.
Do you think that Glenn Mangoe will survive Texas cold?
What would be best time to plant it outdoors?

Umar S on Nov 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Enter your zip code in the link below to make sure your in zone 9. Zone 8 will be too cold for this tree and it will need to be planted in a container and brought indoors during the winter.
how long will it take Glenn to fruit?
danie a on Dec 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It depends on the sizes we have in stock. Currently we have 3-4ft in so they should take 1-2 years to fruit.
Can I get instructions on how to care for the Glenn Mango tree?
Carlos H on Sep 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Place your Glenn Mango Tree in an area that receives full to partial sunlight. Glenn Mango Trees can tolerate shade but prefer full sun. If kept indoors place your Glenn Mango Tree by a large sunny window.

Glenn Mango Trees will adapt to your natural soil even if it's sandy or heavy in clay as long as it's well draining. Keep your soil moist, not over saturated. Water your Glenn Mango Tree when your soil feels slightly damp to the touch, and every other week in the Summer.

Fertilize your Glenn Mango Tree early every Spring and Fall with a fertilizer that's high in nitrogen. Small flowers will emerge on your tree around March. Once your flowers have been pollinated and your fruit begins to grow they will be ready to be harvested around June or July when their skin turns a bright yellow color.
My tree has beautiful blooms but they fall off and I don't get any fruit, what do I need to do?
Barney H on Mar 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It could be they need fertilizer. Dont use chemical fertilizers! Mangos are easily burnt by fertilizers high in ammonium nitrate. The best fertilizer is a natural, organic one with mycorrhizal fungi and beneficial bacteria. If you want to know a little gardening secret that the Indians used to do that works wonders on mangos, bury a fish touching the roots of your plant. The fish contains lots of nutrient crucial to a mango in its first years.
I live in zone 9 and ordered a Glenn mango about 3 was ago it's already lost all of the leafs. I started it in the shade and I moved it to full sun over a week there's no new leafs yet. What do I need to do?
John N on May 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Mine did the same. Be patient. Mine recovered and is doing fine.
I plan to plant this mango tree in the ground. How do you protect it from the california winter?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: To protect your Glenn Mango Tree from winter conditions cover your tree with a sheet or a towel at night to protect it from frost. Also spread mulch, hay or pine straw around the roots to keep the heat in.
Is the Glenn Mango tree self pollinating?
A shopper on Jun 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Glenn Mango Tree is self pollinating. However the fruit yield will be much higher if it had a mate to pollinate with.
what do you reccommend as a pollinating variety in zone 9 for more fruit. It is not supposed to be the same variety right?
Ann V on Apr 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are self pollinating. Having 2 will increase the yield it will produce.
can I plant this tree in a bigger pot to get more fruit?
Bill C on Jun 29, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If you plant it in a larger pot it will be more likely to grow larger and produce more fruit.
I live in St Louis Missouri do you think the mango tree Will Survive and bear fruit there?
Beamer on Jul 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I am not sure about planting it in ground but we've grown ours quiet successfully in very large containers. We live in Las Vegas so it is watered daily - one good soaking in the morning and a refreshing misting in the afternoon. It is a pretty happy tree, it leaves are beautiful and it has already produced some fruit. We keep it on our back patio next to our bananas, palms & pomegranates. All of which are brought indoors when the temps get about 40 ish. Its eqyallt beautiful as a hiuse plant - just keep it in a sunny window. Buy it, give it a whirl - I bet you'll buy another!
how to protect my mangoes from birds before they are ready to be picked?
lita c on Jun 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I bought a fake owl with rotating head on amazon.. Seems to help keep birds away from my trees.. Remember to move it around every other day so birds dont get used to it..
Will This tree grow in las vegas nevada?
marcoespinosa on Jun 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes I suggest growing them in a large pot for 2 years before moving the to the orchard. This will allow to have a great root dase. Give the vitamin b once per month
can we plant it in tne ground?
pat D on Jan 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It all depends where you are. I have put mine to the ground in the fall and it is doing well. I live in Central California. I have it covered for the Winter, we had few cold nights, tem.. went below 32
If your tem dips below 32 and stays for a while, then better to keep it as a patio plant and provide protection in the Winter
Is this stock from GMO seed?
Jesse C on Oct 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for you interest in our Glen Mango Trees. None of our trees are genetically modified. Our trees are grafted. If you have additional questions please feel free to contact us at 1-888-504-2001.
How long b4 a 3ft mango produces fruit?
boston56 on Sep 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Usually about three years These Mangos(Glenn) are the finest mango with very small non fiberous seed. They are quite subject to frost and must be protected from freeze . We built a tent (six.foot high ) and cover ours with cloth if the temp is going to get below 32 degrees. A 100 W light bulb will protect down to 30.They need to be open for pollination when blooming.
DO you need 2 mango trees?
boston56 on Jul 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We didn't. Our one mango tree gave us fruit within the first year we had it.
Will it survive san francisco bay area cold?
Srinivas V on Apr 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The outdoor growing zones are 9-11. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in. For zones 4-8 you would need to bring indoors in the winter.
What size pot should my Glenn mango be in?
Valentina on Oct 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This depends on the size of your tree. Choose a pot that's twice as wide as the root ball.
will it grow in Austin, TX?
kalyani s on May 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The outdoor growing zones are 9-11. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
For zones 4-8 you would need to bring indoors in the winter.
Are these organic?
M. T on Jul 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: To comply with USDA phytosanitary regulations, we are required to apply a mild chemical treatment to all trees shipped over state lines. This treatment is required to prevent the spread of potentially devastating pathogens from one state to another and is mandatory for all growers. Once your trees arrive, you can use all natural and organic growing techniques to grow organic fruit.
I can plant in PA 19115. How can i keep in winter time?
A shopper on Jun 29, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Since the Mango is a tropical plant you would want to keep it in a container so when the weather gets cold you can transport it indoors.
I live in Augusta Ga zip 30815 can I plant the Glenn mango tree outdoor?
Marjorie C on Nov 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Never growed. the firsts was replaced but neither had grown.
Just buy a mango and puting in water and grown it yourself
inside the house by a window.
I live in Portland, OR. Can I grow this mango tree in the ground or I have to grow in pot and bring it inside during winter?
Kayla L on Jun 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The outdoor growing zones are 9-11. If your re in growing zones 4-8 you would need to bring them indoors in the winter. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
I plan on keeping this plant indoors all the time. Will it be okay? Will it continue to produce fruit year after year? New Hampshire.
Adrienne N on Jul 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: i live in southern california and i planted this tree on the ground.So far it has suevived 2 winters and just harvested a few fruit. I guess if the plant is getting a lot of sunshine and planted on bigger pot for the roots to grow,there's no reason fot it not to survive. bearing fruits is another question?
Will the mango tree survive hat temperature?
Israel C on May 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My mango tree is surviving really really hot temperatures I have it indoors in a grow tent in the middle of hot summer and it wrote it reaches up to 98° some days and it is doing phenomenal
Is mango classified as a hardwood or softwood tree?
Brian M on Feb 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I believe mango trees are considered hardwood. When I used to make pens, I bought a small piece of mango splint. It has consistencies of bamboo, but not as hard as bamboo. The wood is easy on your tools too. I loved working with it, however, I could not get the proper shine that I needed in order to get the grade of finish I needed for my pens. There was more sap than I expected. Hope this helps for your project. My tree that I got from here died last year though. I got too busy and forgot to bring it in after the first frost.
do i need to keep it in a container. or can i just plant it in the back yard.?
ronald c on Feb 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The outdoor growing zones are 9-11. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in. Zones 4-8 you would need to bring indoors in the winter.
Can i plant my tree in the ground if I live in ga. Is it better to plant in container?
Deedee H on Sep 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I ordered 2 mango trees and a tangelo aand thy told me the would be sent in march. is this still true. I have already pd oaid for them last fall.
My tree has sprouted three shoots and has killed the main tree. Can I cut the shoots and get the shoots to grow separately of each other? If so, how do I go about this? We love our tree and don't want it to die.
Catherine M on Jul 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I assume that you purchased the tree which was probably grafted.
as long as the shoots come above the graft any shoot that comes out will be fine to produce fruit. You probably can cut the shoots and and get them to produce individually. Use a rooting hormone to induce rooting of cuttings. Use sand or perlite as a rooting medium. I usually root stuff in a pot like a 5 " pot with one inch of potting soil in the bottom and 4"es of perlite on top to root cuttings. This seems to guard against rotting of the cuttings before they sprout roots. Keep the material damp but not wet maybe once a week until the top of the cutting puts our leaves. May take a month or more
I live in Venice, Florida 34293 and would like to plant a mango tree in my backyard, when I planted my avocado tree I put 2 bags of compost in the hole before I planted it, would this work for the Mango tree also, and what type of fertilizer is recommended, the numbers on the fertilizer bag?
Mike E on Jul 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Glenn mango is one of the best ,sweetist, small seed mango trees on the market. I cannot tell you what or how to plant this tree only that we have a neighbor who has one and he shares his fruit with us. I planted one of these and it died,it froze.
My neighbor who lives on a hill and is frost free does fine, he has a fairly dense clay soil which drains well. My only experience with mangos was in Hawaii where we had a very large tree and many fruit which were wonderful. This was at Lahaina, Maui. The fruit from this tree was great but quite fiberous. My experience from my neighbors fruit is that the fruit has little or no fibers around the seed, very sweet, flaverous and as the picture tells you the fruit comes in clusters, medium apple size. Any well drained soil should be fine

Shipping Details

Most items ship the next business day unless otherwise noted

Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately, however some orders may ship in 1-2 business days (we do not ship on the weekends) from date of purchase. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.

Shipping Alert:

You can still order, but due to cold weather, we have delayed shipping to the areas shaded on the map below. We want your new plant to thrive right out of the box, so we will wait on shipping your order until the weather is ideal. This includes anyone in Growing Zones 3, 4, or 5. If you are unsure of your growing zone, visit our Growing Zone Finder.

We will resume normal shipping in the Spring. Please see the table below for your approximate ship date.

Zone Map


Shipping Resumes

Zones 3 & 4

Week of Apr 29th

Zones 5

Week of Apr 14th

Zone 6

Week of Apr 7th

Zones 7-11

Ships Now!

Shipping Cost

Amount of Order


Less than $15








$80.00 - $98.99



Free Shipping with code FREE99!