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6-17-22. New arrivals of Mango. Father's Day Sale. Mango trees: how to deal with cold weather.


New arrivals of Mango varieties
Father's Day Sale Reminder
Last minute gift shopping
New Video: What to do when your mango tree freezes?
Mango trees: how to deal with cold weather
New arrivals


New arrivals of Mango varieties

Limited supply, hurry up!

New Mango

We have new varieties of Mango ready - limited quantities! Don't miss your chance to collect the best varieties! See full list of mango and full list of new arrivals.

Don't forget Mango-Tango fertilizer,
buy-together deal when you buy a mango tree!

Mango trees

Please note: Mango trees are high demand. Most mango plants we currently have in stock are 18-20" tall. If size matters to you, please contact us before ordering to confirm specific plant height. Currently, we are out of 7 gal size mangoes as they sell faster than they can grow.




Father's Day Sale - 2 days left!

Father's Day Sale

Live plants are the best presents!
For 15% off your entire order, use code:

FATHERS2022

Min order $100. Exp. 6-19-22

Check out our Secret Garden Selection with 50% OFF and use Father's day discount on top of that!

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NEW VIDEO:
What to do when your mango tree freezes?

Link to YouTube Video

...It's a happy warm Summer and we hate to think about cold weather. However, when buying a tropical Mango tree, be ready to protect it when winter comes!
In this video we explain how to properly take care of your mango tree after a freeze or frost. We give you step by step directions to ensure your tree has the best chance for survival.....

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Mango trees: how to deal with cold weather

Mango lights

By Ed Jones, the Mango guy

...Well, you did it didn’t you? You love fresh mangoes, don’t you? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to pick your own mango fresh off a tree in your back yard?
So you bought a mango tree hoping to do just that. You are in USDA growing zone 10 or 11 aren't you? If so, you should have no problems with weather extremes other than possibly an occasional frost in zone 10A. If you can cover your tree, you will not likely see any damage. But what if you are a little further north and you have decided to try your luck on the magnificent mango fruit tree? Mangoes are a tropical fruit tree best grown in tropical zones with temperatures that stay above 40F. If you are in zone 9A or 9B, you may still have luck growing a mango tree...


New Mango and more!

See full list of Mango varieties


Mango tree Madame Blanc, Grafted (Mangifera indica)
3952 Mango tree Madame Blanc, Grafted (Mangifera indica)
Grown in
6"-10"/ 1-3 gal pot

$94.95


Buy Mango tree Madame Blanc, Grafted (Mangifera indica) from Top   Tropicals

Mulberry tree Shangri-La (Morus x alba)
5829 Mulberry tree Shangri-La (Morus x alba)
Grown in
10"/3 gal pot, large plant

$67.95


Buy Mulberry tree Shangri-La (Morus x alba) from Top Tropicals

Strawberry tree, Muntingia calabura
2184 Strawberry tree, Muntingia calabura
Grown in
10"/3 gal pot, large plant

$67.95


Buy Strawberry tree, Muntingia calabura from Top Tropicals

Annona muricata - Soursop, Guanabana
1014 Annona muricata - Soursop, Guanabana
Grown in
10"/3 gal pot

$57.95


Buy Annona muricata - Soursop, Guanabana from Top Tropicals