Glenn Mango Tree

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Scientific Name: Mangifera indica ‘Glenn’

Common Names: Glenn Mango, Dwarf Sugar Mango

Overview: The Mangifera Indica ‘Glenn’ is a small Mango tree that rewards you with its delicious fruit a mere 3 or 4 years after planting. While tough-skinned, the oval fruit is incredibly sweet and non-fibrous. Like others in the mango family, some people experience a poison ivy-type reaction to the fruit’s exterior, so you may want to handle the fruit while wearing gloves.

This smaller sized tree (usually 15 ft or lower) offers up a pleasing, rounded canopy. Ideal in tropical or subtropical areas, this tree is self-pollinating and able to handle some mild frost. It thrives in full sun, is drought tolerant and only requires a moderate amount of watering.


Grow your Own Sweet Treats at Home

Mango trees (Mangifera indica) are splendid tropical fruit trees that not only provide delicious fruits but also enhance the beauty of any landscape with their lush foliage. Originating from South Asia, these trees have adapted to various climates worldwide. Mango trees are long-lived, evergreen trees known for their fruit, which varies in size, color, and taste based on the cultivar. They can grow up to 35-40 feet in height in a home garden, though they are larger in the wild.

Caring for your Mango Tree

Growing a mango tree requires patience and care, but the reward of homegrown, juicy mangoes is incomparable. Remember, each tree has its own characteristics and may require slight adjustments in care based on your specific environment.


Plant your mango tree in a location that receives full sun for most of the day. They need at least six hours of direct sunlight to produce quality fruit.


Mango trees prefer well-drained, fertile soil with a pH between 5.5 and 7.5. If your soil is heavy or clayey, consider planting the tree in a raised bed or amending the soil with organic matter to improve drainage.


Young mango trees should be watered regularly to establish a strong root system. Once established, they are relatively drought-tolerant but benefit from consistent moisture, especially during the flowering and fruiting seasons. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot.


Mango trees benefit from regular fertilization. Use a balanced fertilizer (e.g., 10-10-10 NPK) during the first year of growth. Afterward, switch to a high-potassium fertilizer to encourage fruiting. Fertilize your mango tree three to four times a year, but reduce fertilization in the winter.


Prune mango trees to maintain their shape and remove any dead or diseased wood. This also helps in improving air circulation and light penetration, which are crucial for fruit production. Prune after the harvest or before the flowering season.

Pest and Disease Management

Mango trees are susceptible to pests like mango hoppers, mealybugs, and scale insects. They can also be affected by diseases such as anthracnose and powdery mildew. Regularly inspect your tree and use appropriate organic or chemical treatments as needed. Maintaining good air circulation and avoiding overhead watering can prevent many fungal diseases.

Additional information


10a, 10b, 11a, 8a, 8b, 9b

Sun Exposure

Full Sun

Mature Height

12 ft – 15 ft

2 reviews for Glenn Mango Tree

  1. Nathan (verified owner)

    Looks very healthy. Great attention to stabilizing plants for shipment.

  2. Liliana Defago

    How soon will it produce? How many gallons/size? Thank you!

  3. keith vallancourt (verified owner)

  4. David Munsell

    Does this mango tree grow well in containers?

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Why others chose the Glenn Mango Tree

It fruits in my zone! And sweet fiberless fruit. I hope it’s true!