Nicknamed “condo mango” because of its dwarf growth habit and ease of growing in a pot. The tree matures to about 8’ tall and will bear a crop of mangos every year once it reaches fruiting age (3-4 years). The sweet, fiberless fruit has a yellowish-orange skin with a red blush and ripens in mid-to-late summer. Mangos are self-fertile so a single plant will bear fruit. Grow in full sun in well-drained but evenly moist potting soil.