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Mango trees

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Sjordi starts with ...
Hi there
I want to plant two mango trees in my front yard. I am looking for trees that are low maintenance and don't grow too huge. Do people have opinions on what the best type for the Northern Rivers would be in such a situation?

thanks for your time
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Sjordi
Lismore Heights
18th January 2017 11:19am
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ell says...
Hi Sjordi. You could look at the dwarf range of mangoes. I have one but in a pot. They are not ment to grow as big as the normal species of mango. I have a man doc Mai mango. It is doing really well In a very small pot. It has become top heavy lol.

Hope you find one that suits your yard.
Cheers ell
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25th January 2017 7:11pm
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Figbarron says...
Dwarf Irwin Mango sold by Daleys is only supposed to grow between 2 and 4m tall.
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28th January 2017 9:49pm
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