All the information and comments here are relevant to the Common Mango Tree, most of which are now well over 100 years old. The Common Mango tree has a large spreading crown of dark green leathery leaves, and grows up to 10 metres high. The bark of the thick trunk is rough and grey to brown in colour. It inhabits rainforest fringes and creek lines in the Tropics, and is a common sight around abandoned dwellings and old stockyards and properties.
Early each Wet Season, around Christmas time, the mango fruit are produced in large numbers. Mangoes are large (up . . .