Badam mango plant
The Badam Mango plant (Mangifera indica ‘Badami‘), a tropical delight that adds a tropical touch to gardens. This cultivar comes from India and is scientifically known as Mangifera indica. It is ideal for tiny places because to its compact design. The Badam Mango is well-known for its sweet, almond-like flavor, making it a popular option among mango lovers. It produces luscious rewards that entice taste receptors during the hot months. The beauty of the Badam Mango, from its fragrant blossoms to its exquisite fruits, will elevate your garden.
1. Suitable Location: Plant your Badam Mango in a sunny spot that receives at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily. Ensure good air circulation to prevent fungal issues.
2. Well-Draining Soil: Use well-draining soil rich in organic matter. A mix of compost, sand, and garden soil provides a balanced foundation for growth.
3. Adequate Watering: Water regularly, especially during the flowering and fruiting stages. Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged, allowing the top few inches to dry out between waterings.
4. Fertilization Routine: Feed your Mango plant with a balanced fertilizer during the growing season (spring and summer). Apply a nitrogen-rich fertilizer in the early stages and switch to a phosphorus-rich formula during flowering.
5. Pruning and Thinning: Prune your plant to maintain an open canopy, allowing sunlight to penetrate and promoting air circulation. Thinning excess fruits encourages larger, healthier mangoes.