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Mango, Tree of Poorvabhadrapada Nakshatra, Aquarius or Kumbha Rashi - Plant

Mango, Tree of Poorvabhadrapada Nakshatra, Aquarius or Kumbha Rashi - Plant

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  • Comes with a self watering pot
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Embark on a journey through the celestial world of Poorvabhadrapada Nakshatra and the astrological realm of Aquarius (Kumbha Rashi) with Vermi Organics' Mango tree (Mangifera indica). Renowned as the "King of Fruits," Mango, with its luscious fruit and vibrant foliage, embodies not only tropical abundance but also holds a special place in Vedic astrology. This regal tree, associated with the Poorvabhadrapada Nakshatra and Aquarius, graces gardens with its majestic presence. Join us as we explore the multifaceted nature of the Mango tree, delving into its description, benefits, care, and the cultural significance it carries.

About: Mangifera indica, commonly known as Mango, belongs to the Anacardiaceae family. Originating from South Asia, Mango has spread its roots across tropical and subtropical regions worldwide. Its historical and cultural significance, combined with the delectable taste of its fruit, has earned Mango the title of the "King of Fruits." Vermi Organics proudly presents this majestic tree, inviting enthusiasts to embrace the divine connection between Mango, the celestial realm, and the zodiac sign Aquarius.

Benefits: The benefits of the Mango tree extend beyond its delicious fruit. Rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, Mangoes contribute to a healthy diet. The tree's broad, evergreen canopy provides ample shade, making it a valuable addition to gardens. Culturally, Mango holds symbolic significance in various traditions and festivals, signifying prosperity, fertility, and divine blessings.

Type of Plant (Indoor or Outdoor): Mango trees thrive in outdoor environments, reveling in the warmth of tropical and subtropical climates. Due to their size and need for ample sunlight, they are best suited for outdoor cultivation. While Mango trees can be grown in large containers on patios, their true potential is realized when planted in the ground, where they can grow into majestic shade-providing specimens.

Care: Caring for a Mango tree involves providing it with the optimal conditions for growth and fruit production. Plant Mango trees in well-drained soil enriched with organic matter. Ensure they receive full sunlight for at least 6-8 hours a day. Regular watering is crucial, especially during dry periods, to support healthy growth and fruit development. Pruning can be done to shape the tree and remove dead or diseased branches.

Common Names: Mangifera indica, the scientific name for Mango, goes by various common names reflecting its global popularity. In different regions and languages, it is known as Aam (Hindi), Mamidipandu (Telugu), Amba (Sanskrit), and Manga (Tamil), among others. These names signify the widespread love and cultural significance of Mango in diverse communities.

Specifications:

  • Height: Mango trees can attain varying heights, ranging from 30 to 100 feet, depending on the variety and growing conditions.
  • Leaves: The evergreen leaves of the Mango tree are elliptical, glossy, and arranged alternately. They contribute to the tree's lush and vibrant appearance.
  • Flowers: The fragrant, small, and white to pale pink flowers of the Mango tree form large panicles, signaling the onset of the fruiting season.
  • Fruit: Mangoes, the highlight of the tree, vary in size, shape, and color depending on the variety. Common varieties include Alphonso, Haden, and Keitt.

Special Features: Mango trees possess special features that make them stand out in gardens and landscapes. The fragrant flowers attract pollinators, contributing to biodiversity. The broad and dense canopy provides shade, making Mango trees ideal for creating natural cool spots. The cultural and astrological significance of Mango adds a layer of uniqueness, fostering a deeper connection between nature and spirituality.

Uses: The uses of Mango trees are diverse, ranging from culinary delights to cultural celebrations. The most obvious use lies in the consumption of its delicious fruit, enjoyed fresh, in juices, or as part of various dishes. Mango leaves are used in rituals and decorations during festivals, symbolizing auspiciousness. The wood is valued for its strength and durability, finding application in furniture and construction.

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