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Old 07-03-2014, 07:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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In St Lucie county the mango picking and eating has finally started.

First ever crop on the new Cogshall.





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Old 07-03-2014, 09:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Some kind of beautiful! Congrats. -kb
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the saliva is flowing...fresh mango and Cuban coffee...great combo
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Groovy....I like dat me:}
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Really nice harvest for the first time round.
I am ordering a Nam Doc Mai Monday.
Did you have much trouble with it in the winter even though we have not had much of a winter last 2 years now.
yet your a little more south than me.

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Really nice harvest for the first time round.
I am ordering a Nam Doc Mai Monday.
Did you have much trouble with it in the winter even though we have not had much of a winter last 2 years now.
yet your a little more south than me.
I had this one twice, in two differnt spots. Both times it died in winter even when I wrapped it up.

I have always been told and read that Nam Doc Mai is The BEST in flavor. But I have never got to try one. I would still suggest that you grow on, but try to plant it next to a house or fence so that some protection may be offered. Once you have success, please email me a fruit to taste.
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Is Cogshall a dwarf? How long have you had it?
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I had this one twice, in two differnt spots. Both times it died in winter even when I wrapped it up.

I have always been told and read that Nam Doc Mai is The BEST in flavor. But I have never got to try one. I would still suggest that you grow on, but try to plant it next to a house or fence so that some protection may be offered. Once you have success, please email me a fruit to taste.
a friend of mine from homestead dropped me off some of them yesterday
on his way to Gainesville. Best tasting mango I have ever ate. And as far as winter goes I always put the old school xmas lights and cover with a tarp and never have lost anything that is cold sensitive .and I will email you a sample for sure....lol..................kub
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Picked a beauty off the Cogshall last nite while walking the dog. Even in the low light I could see the blush starting. Time to get it off before the freaking mockingbirds peck holes in it. Even has a spur at the beak.

Weighs a full 1.5 lbs.

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