Hawaiian mango cultivar. Fruit medium to large (300-500 g), sweet, juicy, no fiber, richly flavored. It is a high quality mango, attractively coloured, with late, uneven ripening.
Gouveia is a mango cultivar originated in Honolulu, Hawaii. The tree is upright, with open branching. Fruit medium to large (300-500 g), long ovate, green becoming bright red. Sweet, juicy, no fiber, richly flavored It is a high quality mango, attractively coloured, with late, uneven ripening.
From Julia Morton, 1987: "... it was named 'Gouveia' in 1969 and described as: ovate-oblong, of medium size, with medium-thick, ochre-yellow skin blushed with blood-red over 2/3 of the surface. Flesh is orange, nearly fiberless, sweet, juicy. Seed is small, slender, monoembryonic. Season: late. Tree is of medium size, a consistent but not heavy bearer. In quality tests 'Gouveia' received top scoring... "
Mangifera indica is an evergreen tree native to India and Southeast Asia, where it has been cultivated for thousands of years. There are hundreds or thousands of varieties with different shapes, sizes, colours and flavours. Mango trees adjust their size to the growing conditions and will reach 5-25 m (15-80 ft). They are pruned low in commercial fields. Young new leaves are usually colourful, orange-pink, changing to a glossy red or copper colour. Later they darken and become leathery and green. Mangifera indica produces one of the most popular fruits of the world: firm, sweet and very aromatic, with a distinctive resinous sweet smell. They contain one large, flat, fibrous seed. The peak season is summer and autumn. Eaten fresh or used in drinks, desserts, fruit salads and salsas. Asian cusine has "1000" uses for mangoes. Even green mangoes are eaten raw as fresh appetizers with salt and lemon juice.
Here in Canarius we offer a grafted potted plant, grown in peatmoss or coconut fiber. The graft will have at least one flush of leaves hardened, but most probably two or three.
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The rootstock used for grafting is a seedling of mango Gomera-1. This is commonly used as a rootstock throughout the Canary Islands, because of their ease of growth and root hardiness to cold wet winters and drought.
Click HERE and learn more about our mango trees: Plant Size, Resistance to Cold, List of Varieties in Stock...
|Origen de la especie||Asia|
|Forma presentación||En maceta (mezcla de sustratos)|
|Tamaño Máx.||300cm y +|
|Temperatura mínima invierno||0 ºC a 10 ºC|
|Época de floración||Meses más cálidos|
|Tipo de planta||Leñosa|