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I am ordering a Canary Island Very Cold Hardy Gomera 1 Mango Tree.
The Only place i was able to find it , is in a Canary Island nursery.

Just e-mailed them to see how much is the total cost for the tree .
Acording to them its the most cold hardy Mango.

I have also contacted my Brother-Inlay in spain to see if he can send me some Gomera 1 Mango Seeds .
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I was about to order one but cant afford it at the moment
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My Brother-Inlaw Lives In Spain , I am trying to maybe have him send me 10 Gomera Mango seeds to see how they propagate here in NE Florida ..

This Is What The Canary Island Nursery Stated About Delivery To USA.

Dear Ed,

Our minimum order is set at 50 eur. So you could buy two plants, being the price 27.20. A rough quotation would be so:

54,40 Two Mangifera Gomera-1
10,70 DUA-SAD Custom Document
38,55 Shipping cost for two plants, bare rooted in moist sphagnum would weigh about 2 kg.

We will add a free phytosanitary certificate.

We need you to send us an APHIS import permit number, before we ship the parcel, or if you don't have one, you should obtain an APHIS permit. Please read more here: APHIS Permit for the customers in the USA.



Can Any One Calculate the exact amount In USD?
And what is a APHIS import permit number, & where do i get one.

Thank You,,
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APHIS = Animal & Plant Health Inspectio Service, from the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Just Google APHIS, and you'll get all the info.
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This must be a rare Mango cause the Folks at Fairchild Botanical Gardens just e-mailed me asking for its scientific name & asked me what country it is from.

And they are the Mango Experts ..
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Hi! I have one Gomera mango tree on the ground for two years. Didn't fruit yet but i'm shure it will next year. Never protect her because she never nead it. She experience our cold winter very well with min temp of -3C. I try Osteen and Kent mango trees but both die in winter, even covering them. On my oppinion it's a must to have on cold locations like mine. I think Glenn mango it's very cold hardy too and i didn't decide to buy it or not. I'm thinking to graft some varieties later to this gomera tree. I will post some pics later.
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what zone is it rated at?
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what zone is it rated at?
I don't know. I'm on zone 9.
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Never protect her because she never nead it. She experience our cold winter very well with min temp of -3C.
You're in USDA zone 9b. The cultivars "Valencia Pride" and "Timotayo" are readily available here in the U.S., perform very well in your zone, and have better tasting fruit than Gomera 1.
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Hello Richard, and regarding Glenn and Valencia pride wich is the best one regarding flavour and cold? Thank's! As i sayed i try Osteen and Kent and they died in winter. Thank's!
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Hello Richard, and regarding Glenn and Valencia pride wich is the best one regarding flavour and cold? Thank's! As i sayed i try Osteen and Kent and they died in winter. Thank's!


Hi Luis!


I tasted both mango varieties and I will choose Valencia Pride over Glenn anytime!....Here in South Florida (Miami) the locals name/call Valencia Pride Mango variety a "Tropical Mango" variety!....I have a 3 gal. Valencia Pride Mango that will go to the ground soon!.....
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I tasted both mango varieties and I will choose Valencia Pride over Glenn anytime!....Here in South Florida (Miami) the locals name/call Valencia Pride Mango variety a "Tropical Mango" variety!....I have a 3 gal. Valencia Pride Mango that will go to the ground soon!.....
And it stands cold well? It's a big tree isn't it? Thank's!
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As Richard stated, Valencia Pride it should perform very well in your zone. The tree is kind of big, but manageable.....
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As Richard stated, Valencia Pride it should perform very well in your zone. The tree is kind of big, but manageable.....
Ok i will try this one! Thank's a lot
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By the way, any one knows a source for a grafted Valencia Pride mango tree in Europe? Thank's!
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Hello again! I don't know timotayo here. Do you know another mango variety besides valencia pride? I want to plant another one. Thank's!
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