The Canary Islands are a paradise for exotic fruits and we offer the largest selection in Europe of tropical fruit trees. Canarius ships many cultivars of mango, papaya, lychee and sugar cane; and also the more uncommon species such as carambola, longan, noni and the real cacao tree. Only the best varieties are propagated and grafted onto stronger rootstocks. Tropical fruit trees do better in warm areas but many will also thrive in mediterranean climates, where mango, avocado and lychee can survive light frosts and fruit regularly.
Heidi is a late bearing mango cultivar. It is yellow-red skinned at maturity, with sweet and spicy flavour and low fibre presence in a yellow pulp, it grows in between 400-500gr. Widely grown in South Africa and India. It does well in the Canary Islands.
Dwarf mango tree with huge purple-green juicy fruits of about 1 kg each. One of the most colourful of all. Bears late in season. Not really cold hardy, but being "dwarf" it can be easily protected in winter, grown in a greenhouse or trained on a wall.
Semi dwarf mango that can be trained at 3 m or below in height. It bears late in season large pruprle-red fruits with firm, juicy yellow flesh, aromatic and has an intensely sweet. It is a candidate fro growing in cold areas since it is dwarf, late and has a lot of resistance to fungal diseases.
"New Generation" mango, developed for family use and not for the industry. Small sized tree with regular production of extremely flavourful fibre-free sweet fruits. Different people recognize different aromas and some will taste melon, papaya, honey, figs or so. Read more in the longer description!
The fruit is short, round but with a high weight, its skin is red-yellow, the flesh is yellow, smooth and with very low presence of fibres. Mid-late season. Young leaves are brown-reddish in colour. This mango is very juicy - one of our favourites!
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