Syed Zeeshan Haider wrote: > Hello Everybody, > I have a mango tree in my lawn. But it is not producing fruit. Its tiny flowers > (which we call "boor" in our language) don't turn into mangoes and wither into > black sponge like substance. I have consulted an expert of mango trees. He say > that the plant needs some treatment. It will begin in August and continue till > the next mango season. I think this treatment will succeed. > I have heard that in North America (USA and Canada) mangoes are not as common as > in Asia. Is it true? Do you enjoy the companionship of the trees of King of > Fruits? Mangoes can't grow in areas that get below freezing. This eliminates most of the U.S.A. and especially my area of North Carolina. I think there are people who try to grow them in containers and in greenhouses, but I haven't been aware of them producing any fruit. Try http://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/mango.html for a good review of mango tree culture.