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Add the rarest and the best mango trees in your home garden, and enjoy the sweetness and the deliciousness of Kesar mangoes. ‘Gir Kesar’ mango, also known as 'Kesar' is well-known for its distinguishing smell, saffron-colored pulp, attractiveness, luscious taste, and good shelf life.
Being considered the ‘King of Fruits’, Kesar Mangoes are one of the most celebrated tropical fruits in India and have been around for more than 4000 years.
Kesar mango plants are an attractive evergreen tropical tree with dense, glossy foliage and grow the most expensive kind of mangoes in western India. These trees reach a maximum height of 31 inches and don’t require much maintenance or care to thrive.
Mango Tree Kesar Special Features
The plant bears fruits with saffron-colored pulp.
It is one of the most expensive types of mangoes found in India.
It is a low maintenance plant.
Aam, Mango Kesar
Upto31 inches tall
Spring and Summer
Effortless to grow
Mango Tree Kesar Uses
Mango plants can be used for ornamental purposes as well as for shade in gardens.
Mangoes are ample in Vitamin A and Vitamin C.
Mango leaves help to treat diabetes.
Mango plants are also helpful for treating gall and kidney stones
It lowers blood pressure
Raw mangoes can be used for preparing chutney, pickles, and juices.
The ripe fruit can be used as a dessert and also for making squashes, syrups, nectars, jams, and jellies.
The mango kernel consists of 8-10 percent good quality fat that is used for making soap and also used as a substitute for cola in confectionery.
Average; Don’t overwater
Well drained, aerated, fertile, rich organic soil
20– 35 degree C
Use any organic fertilizer.
Summer and Spring
Planting and Care
Kesar mango trees thrive under direct full sunlight, hence choose the sunniest spot in your garden.
The plant thrives in aerated, loamy, moist well-drained, fertile, and rich soil.
Remove the deadwood and take care of the thinning of the growing jackfruit tree.
If the tree is bigger, make sure to dig a larger hole.
Make sure the roots of the plant are damp but not too wet.
Prepare the soil with Nitrogen fertilizers before planting the seeds.
Water the soil immediately after using the fertilizer.
Knock off the old soil from the plant root by removing all rotted and dead roots.
While repotting, it’s preferable to do it during the evening and keep the plant in a shady area for a min 2-3 days before moving it to the ideal location and climate.
Water the plants frequently in summer, reducing the frequency in winter and rainy season.
In case of insect or pest attack, use Eucalyptus oil, Neem oil, or Citrus oil spray for the primary treatment.