Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Neighbor's Mango Tree


Summer has not completely covered yet, as I could still feel some cool weather in the evening and night; the mango tree in the house opposite us bears fruits, following an unusual bloom in winter. The tree went through a major cut off in late 2019, failed to produce fruits last year, but yet I saw a lone mango hang down the tree!



This time it started to bear fruits before the season begins, and it looks like it would take time to ripen.

The tree lost many of its branches to the prune, and I wasn't happy looking at the sight of a part of the tree fall. Though the tree slowly gets back to shape, the lost side facing the road would take a few more seasons to rebuild its lost limbs. The tree continues to bloom seems to produce more mangoes in the coming days and what you see in the photos were shot last week.

9 comments:

Tom said...

...oh, to be able to enjoy fresh mangos!

Anita said...

Wow so many Mangoes!I have never seen a Mango tree nor eaten a Mango

Nice to see your pictures Jeevan!

Wish you a happy day

George said...

It looks as if the tree is going to produce a good crop this year.

carol l mckenna said...

Way of nature and human impact too ~ Gorgeous photos of the mangoes ~ Xo

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bill burke said...

Never seen a mango tree before. Looks like they are doing good.
Thanks for sharing this, Jeevan and have a wonderful day.

Rose said...

I don't know if mango trees are like apple trees, but apple trees produce more if they are pruned. You would not believe how much trimming they take.

Nancy Chan said...

I love ripe mangoes. Its mango season now and I see mangoes everywhere.

ashok said...

Tempting mangoes...

L. D. said...

You didn't mention as to as if the neighbor shared his mango fruit. It will grow back better than ever.