Thailand Mango Tree


Get the fresh and healthy “king of fruits” in your own space. Thailand Mangoes are easy to grow and have a sweet aroma accompanying mouth-watering fruits. Experience the delicious taste of mango and own the credit of growing them.

details & care
  • Water:                Moderate
  • Light:                 Moderate
  • Growth Rate:       Medium
  • Air Purifying:      No
  • Pet Friendly:       Yes
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Thailand Mango Plant, and Care Guide

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Thailand Mango

Mango is a tropical tree with glossy, thick foliage that is quite appealing. The fine, tropical aroma and rich flavor of ripe Thailand mango fruit conquer everyone. You can easily grow your own Thailand mango in your garden or backyard as it requires low maintenance. It will bless you with fresh, aromatic fruit from an appealing shade tree for a lifetime. This mango type produces fruit virtually all year.

Thai mango has a distinct flavor from the rest of the globe, which is one of the reasons it is so popular. You can use these mangoes in a variety of meals, both sweet and savory, according to your preferences. Else, you can enjoy it solely.

Although the name varies by area, the Thai mango is known as “Ma Muang” in Thai. Mango is known as “Pae” in the Northern region and “Pao” in the Southern zone. The mango has a lot of symbolic value. For years, many Thais have thought that planting a mango tree on the south side of the house would bring prosperity to the family as part of the feng shui tradition.

Caring Tips

  • Make sure not to overwater your Thailand mango tree roots.
  • Before watering again, allow the top surface of the soil to dry to a depth of several inches.
  • Three times a year, fertilize the Thailand mango with nitrogen fertilizer.
  • When the tree is four years old, prune it to remove any weak stems and create a robust branch scaffold.
  • In the summer, water your Thailand Mango tree thoroughly, and you can water it negligibly in the winter and rainy seasons.

Growing Instructions for Thailand Mango Plant

  • Thailand mango plant thrives well in more than 6 hours of direct bright sunlight per day.
  • Check the wetness in the soil with your finger or a little stick before watering. When the topsoil (1-2 inches) feels dry to the touch, it’s time to water.
  • You should flourish it with well-draining and fertile soil for growing Thailand mango plants, with plenty of organic matter.
  • Feed the plant with organic fertilizer throughout the primary growing season (June-July).

Additional information

Plant Name

Thailand Mango

Common Name

Thai Mango

Native Area


Plant Placement


Plant Size

5-10" Inches


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