Dwarf or Condo mango trees are suitable to grow in containers, balconies, greenhouses or planting in suburban backyards because they like to grow to the sides and can be easily maintained at 6-10 feet tall by pruning them once a year.

They do well in USDA zones 9-10, but you can fool Mother Nature by growing them indoors if you can fulfill the mangoes' heat and light requirements, or if you have a greenhouse.

The most popular dwarf mango varieties are... (in order of popularity, based on tree sales). The best time to plant a container mango is in the spring, right before the rainy summer months.

Nam Doc Mai
Cogshall
Mallika
Carrie
Lancetilla
Pickering
Ice Cream
Fairchild
Alampur Baneshan
Keitt

Nam Doc Mai Dwarf Mango Tree Everglades Farm
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