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Journey of Mango from seed to Fruit

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Mango is my favorite fruit. Every year I wait eagerly for March-April. Now everywhere the Mango trees have started blossoming. Every year I plant at least 2 Mango tree. This year I planted 4 trees. I decided to do a post on Mango tree and mango long back i.e in initial period of my blogging (June 2013). But now I think this is the right time. So these are the pictures - 

Alphonso Mango Seed sown in Plastic container and watered.

Sprout from the seed



New red leaves becomes green colored after some days.

New leaves 

Flowering of Mango tree. (starts in period from December to February)

Raw Mango ( Kairi ) Found generally in period February to April. 
This was previous years view from my Balcony. 


This picture I captured at my native place.

Alphonso Mango's

Ready to eat :)

(P.s - Please give me feedback on this post. )

33 comments:

  1. Are all these photos born out of the same seed you planted on pic 1?

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    1. No they are different, I mean my trees are small and still growing. The fruits in the pictures are from my native place. :) Thanks :)

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  2. Deepa, I have planted many Mango seeds and have been thrilled with the saplings & am so proud about it! Great that you have shared :)
    We all love mangoes! :)

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    1. Its an amazing feeling to watch the growth of trees one have planted. :) Even I feel very proud when I see my trees.Yes, We all love mangoes :):) cheer Thank you very much :)

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  3. Looks enticing. How did you grow whole tree on tub? When did you transplant it to ground?

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    1. Thank you very much :) no , tree cannot be grown in tub for more than 1 yr as its growth become limited in tub. I use tub to plant the tree and then I transplant the tree in the garden after the gap of 1 yr (in our area we have a garden)

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  4. Nice pictures Deepa..I love mangoes..:-D

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    1. Thank you very much Maniparna :) Mango is my favourite fruit too :) cheer

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    1. Thank you very much :) (o)

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  6. Isnt it beautiful to see the tree grow. Your pictures are lovely especially the last one.. its made me crave for some alphonso mangoes now :) Yum Yum!

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    1. Its an amazing feeling to watch the growth of trees one have planted. :) Thank you very much Pallavi :) Yes me too but we will have to wait up to March for this tasty and tempting fruit :)

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  7. This was a great photo journey!!!! Loved the pics!

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    1. Thank you very much Shilpi :) very Glad that you loved the pics :)

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  8. Super super clicks... You have lots of patience.. Worth to wait :)

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    1. Thank you very much :) Your feedback made my day and I am very happy to read this :) I think photography teaches me to have lots of patience. Thanks :)

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  9. Great shots...love to see those mouth - watering mangoes :D

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    1. Thank you very much Bharati :) Yes, every year its hard to wait to taste this tempting fruit :)

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  10. Wonderful post! Just loved the idea and those beautiful pictures.

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    1. Thank you very much :) I am glad that you liked this post. :)

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  11. Great post! It was great to see seed grow into saplings. Even better feeling comes from the fact that you're enjoying the mangoes that you've planted on your own.

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    1. Thanks a lot :) But this fruits are not from my trees.... my trees will have to grow more to give fruit (another 3 years maybe).

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  12. Wonderful sequence of shots.

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    1. Thank you very much :) Your feedback made my day :)

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  13. Love the post and your wonderful clicks Deepa... :) Tempting to feel the smell of those young saplings, to chew those mango leaves and to attack those mangoes...

    Regards,
    Sindhu
    Tantu
    The Arts & Me

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    1. Thank you very much Sindhu :) We have to wait up to March for this tasty and tempting fruit :p :)

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  14. Nice post. Loved the pictures. Alphonso mangoes are so tempting :)

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    1. Thank you very much Bushra :) Mango is a very tempting fruit :)

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  15. Wow :) you have patiently captured some beautiful moments in the growth :D i can't wait to have my own little garden here.
    btw you have a lovely blog. been checking out all your posts. :D

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    1. Thank you very much :) I am very happy to know that you liked this blog :) your words made my day :) please keep visiting :)

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  16. I've heard that alphonso mango comes pretty true from the seeds. That's right

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