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Anyone know where to buy Thai sweet mango tree? please help to provider information. I am looking thai mango that eat on green, taste swwet and crunch. Thanks.

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JUJUBE FOR SALE says...
The name of that mango is Keo Sevoy (Kyo Savoy,Khaew Sawei). I believe Daleys sales this type of mango.
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David says...
Giant Thaiwan mangoes for sale in Sunnybank ,Varying in size up to 1Kg in weight $8.99 per kilo, they are huge.
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gimme says...
You sure hit the shops a lot David, thanks for the heads up, will they be good for eating?

And we're bouts in sunnybank
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David says...
No pun intended but gimme a break ,this is all strickly in the line of duty. Cant help myself checking out all the Asian fruit shops at this time of year so many goodies to be found.shops to be found are opposite the post office in sunnybank centre (Coles side ) the other is across the road diagonally not woollies side but across the road from there.These mangoes are enormous, Kwan in shape but beautiful dull rose coloured skin. Bought 3 not soft yet but if correct same as I bought 4 yrs ago, sooooooo much flesh.
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sternus1 says...
David I wouldn't mind a seed of one of those if you've got any to spare, don't think I'll be able to get to sunnybank anytime soon.

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David says...
Hi Sternus, I m south side of Brisbane where are you located.
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sternus1 says...
I'm in the sticks on the northside David, out near dayboro way.
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David says...
Ouch, that's a long way out,email me and ill see what I can do for you. dphuntbrisatgmaildotcom
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VF says...
Oh David, I would love to tag along with you for a day - you always seem to find something just that little more special. :)
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David says...
Hi VF just lucky I quess.
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TMary says...
David I saw these at Paddy's today - they are labelled 'sweet mangoes' only.
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David says...
They look good wonder what variety they are , good spotting.
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MaryT says...
They are delicious, David, with a depth of flavour that leaves a perfume in your mouth; very thin skin. I bought those in pic 1 before I saw the others in pic 2 and didn't want more so I'm not sure if they're the same.
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Mike Tr says...
They are Sam ru du and sometimes wrongly called Asian queen and chocadam.
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MaryT says...
Thanks, Mike - can they be grown from seed? And how would they go in Sydney?

I should also tell Sophie who started this thread that they are selling green mangoes at Paddy's as well, labelled "Green Mangoes".
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David says...
Mary would love to get my hands on some seed of this mango,you lucky thing you.
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Mike Tr says...
Mary this mango is less likely to thrive in Sydney than a bowen which has more cold tolerance.
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MaryT says...
Thanks, Mike. I do have the Bowen but no flowers/fruit yet.

David if you want the seeds I will send them to you :)

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David says...
Mary that would be wonderful,email me at the following. dphuntbrisat gmail.com Thankyou.
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MaryT says...
OK David I have sent you an email: the stones are kinda small and I wonder if there are seeds inside.
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David says...
Thanks Mary your a gem.
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MaryT says...
No problem, David. I must admit I made a boo boo trying to open a couple of them to see if there's a seed inside - they're there but I also damaged them. The seeds were surprisingly large for the size of the stones so although I did not push my butter knife in very far it still cut the seeds which were delicate. Don't worry I still have two larger ones I have not yet eaten so I'll save the stones for you. There is a chance I might visit Paddys again before too long and if I see them I'll buy more.

Also I just read that the seeds are edible.
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gimme says...
So.... I've been eating the Taiwan mangoes David tipped us off about in sunnybank. Eating a single cheek is quite the task! They are indeed sweet and the fragrance gives them a lovely flavour . I really oughta see if there's more available hehehe
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David says...
I know they are huge and expensive. Seeds are small and grow at a rate of knots,have a tree already nearly 2m high,but still in a pot will plant out this Autumn.
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David says...
Glad you like them Gimme, looks like your cornering the market.
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MaryT says...
David I am putting the mango stones in the post today. I did not take the seeds out so I hope they will arrive OK.
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David says...
Thanks Mary, anything I can do for you don't hesitate
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VF says...
I'm feeling rather envious atm and am drooling re the above posts. :)
The only mangoes I've managed to land in the fruit bowl this week are Honey Gold, Pearl and Palmer. (Passed on the Keitt at $3 a pop, and the Calypso's, as they have a funny after-taste this late in the season.)
Am looking forward to my first Kwan and King Thai this season - not sure how much longer to ripening....my Persimmons have more colour, and they're usually good for picking in March/April.
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Brain says...
Just an update, yesterday (9-feb-14) I too had success in locating and purchasing the 'Taiwan' mangos that David has brought to our attention. There is still about 6 or 7 left.

They do smell quite nice and I'm looking forward to tasting it when it's fully riped.

Though I do question whether they are a truely a 'Taiwan' variety? Must do some research and google.

Anyway, to all involved/interested, let's hope the seed is true to type!
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sternus1 says...
The giant thai mango Seed David sent me a week ago has sprouted. They are viable.

Thanks again David

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Brain says...
I think I have located the variety known as 'taiwan' mango being sold in sunnybank.

It is Chiin Hwang (or just Chin Hwang / Taiwan Golden Mango)

http://www9.tainan.gov.tw/cht/action/mango/eng/mango/mango03.html

picture & description mid page.

an another pic
http://www.21food.com/products/mango-(chiin-hwang)-279623.html

what do you folks think?
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VF - Dont let the KT fully ripen on the tree. Pick it early when just starting to colour and allow to ripen inside. Otherwise when tree ripened they look spectacular but the bottom quater get jellied and the whole thing tastes a bit flat, like an over ripe R2E2.
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gimme says...
Let's call it chiin hwang. Or Twan :P that description is close. Did the seed come up poly sternus? It looked like a mono to me, mine haven't sprouted yet.
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MaryT says...
David I sent two mango seeds to you at 8am last Thursday - have they arrived? I worry that they will be mouldy otherwise. I gave them a wash and packed them in kitchen paper then sent them in a zip lock bag. Maybe I should have sent them dried?
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MaryT says...
Sorry David I just picked up your email from yesterday. Too bad one of them got mouldy - hope the other one sprouts for you. I damaged two but I have one stuck in a small pot sealed inside a freezer bag on top of the fridge so may get a seedling too.
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Brain says...
I tried to research whether they are poly or mono but couldn't find any info. My guess is that it could be a poly, as I believe it is related to thai mango strains and most of them are poly.
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gimme says...
Maybee David knows I think he grew some 4 years ago
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David42 says...
Hi all ,did grow one from seed several yrs ago, now 2m high will plant this this coming Autumn,leaves are narrow and long also very dark green in colour.Seem to recall only one shoot came up so maybe mono not poly.
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Brain says...
Update - opened one of the Taiwan mangos last night - bottom half of it was bad, with some internal break down but the top half was ok. It was very very sweet, almost like eatting sugar.

The seed already has sent out roots! But looking at the seed itself, it looks to be one piece non-segmented, (a segmented seed would be like a KP seed). So now I'm leaning towards a mono but still will give it a try.
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David42 says...
Called into sunnybank tonight and picked up the last Taiwan mangoes. 2 Diff kinds 2 same as before light red base on yellow and 1 green base with bright yellow blush two totally diff cultivars, the green /yellow was much like Kwan same shape but without the aroma.Veeery nice
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gimme says...
I tried the bright yellow both break down inside not so great but perfect on the outside. They had some killer citrus flavoured df in there last week big plump ones. and excellent Indian guava all expensive fruit though
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Brain says...
Didn't realise there were 2 types, both of mine are the green/yellow combo. Figners crossed for when I open #2 up. Nothing ventured nothing gain but paying $7.5 for a half ediable mango is poor form.
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gimme says...
Large ripe kent mangoes what a taste sensation 2 for $4 at Bellas fruit market corner of miles platting rd and warrigal rd eight mile plains. Also palmers 2 for 4 and small non astringent persimmon 5 for $2. A bit of other interesting stuff in there sometimes
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TMary says...
David I just remembered the seed that I left on top of the fridge - opened the plastic bag to find this :(
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David says...
Hi Mary looks like an alien life form,looks like you have a mango seedling
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MaryT says...
Thanks, David. Time will tell; I hope it survives. Summer is over in Sydney so I might keep this one indoor?
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gimme says...
There are some really nice green/white guavas in that sunnybank shopping centre at the moment. Shop around for the best price as a few shops have the same stock, and kj pinks custard apples outside Coles if anyone wants to try them.
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ivepeters says...
Dwarf King Thai Mango and 'Honey sweet' Carambola Bunnings Cannonhill today.
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