Haden Mango Tree (Mangifera indica Haden’)
Haden Mango Tree
#1 choice for home orchards, the Haden Mango Tree (Mangifera indica ‘Haden’) has beautiful fruit that’s most definitely part of its appeal. Bright red blush over bright apricot-yellow skin with hints of orange!
The fruit grows 4 – 6 inches long and can weigh up to 24-oz. The skin is thick and tough to protect the delectable interior, and the wonderful flesh of the Haden is the real prize! The bright yellowish-orange pulp is both beautiful and inviting. One bite reveals a juicy, rich flavor that’s syrupy sweet!
The clusters of small white to pink blooms cover the tree in the spring and the wonderful multi-colored fruit finishes up the season in the late summer.
Haden is a beautiful evergreen with long narrow leaves and an open rounded canopy. Often used as a focal point, a screen or a small evergreen shade tree in the tropical garden!
Mangos make a great container plant but need a large pot to be successful.
The Mango tree is a sub-tropical fruit tree that requires a frost-free climate to thrive. Young trees are particularly sensitive to the cold and can die from sustained colds below 30 degrees. Protection for young trees should be a part of your plan.
Plant Haden in a full sun location in soil that drains exceptionally well. Mangos are adapted to a wide range of soils, including rocky, sandy and clay soils. This tree needs to be grown on the dry side. Often it is recommended to decrease watering at least 2 months before flowering and resume regular watering after the fruit sets.
Beautiful from canopy to roots, the Haden Mango Tree is one dynamic landscape presentation! You’ll love the flavor, productivity and ornamental appeal of this wonderful tree.
|Common name||Haden Mango Tree|
|Botanical name||Mangifera indica Haden'|
|Harvest time||3 - 5 Years|
|Height||20 - 30 ft.|
|Width||14 - 16 ft.|
|Soil condition||Well Drained|
|Pruning time||After Fruiting|
|Flower color||Pink & White|