Whether you are trying to plan a date night or simply want to impress your friends and family, fruits are a great way to make your special event a success. In fact, this season of Valentine’s Day, they are a great way to express your affection for the sweetest guy or girl on earth: yourself!
Dates, oranges and mangos are not just great for eating, but are also extremely easy to grow. For example, you can easily grow red grapefruit in your backyard. These fruits are a great companion for growing herbs, because their small size will make them easy to plant and maintain. Also, since they are low-maintenance, you can enjoy them even if you’re a weekend farmer who likes to spend the weekends tending to his vegetable garden instead of attending to romantic dates.
Dates also make an excellent gift idea, because they are relatively inexpensive. You can buy boxes of dried fruits at your local grocery store or even wholesale suppliers. If you’re looking to save more, though, try using a box of dates in place of a gift card.
Mango dates are a little more tricky to grow, although not too difficult. To begin with, you should keep in mind that mangoes need a lot of space to thrive. You can take the time to get creative and find a mango tree near a good source of water or compost. It’s also a good idea to make sure the root ball is at least 2 feet deep, as the roots can grow to the roots of the trees when the water levels start to get low.
After the mango tree is in place, you can plant it into a hole that has already been dug around it. Make sure the soil surrounding the hole is not too dry, because this may encourage the growth of mould and mildew. Keep the roots in a slightly moist environment to ensure they continue to thrive. If you live in a warm country like Malaysia or Indonesia, you will have better luck getting mangoes, since these countries are typically warmer than other places.
Once the roots are in place, you can then begin to plant the fruit into the holes. The type of dates that you choose will depend largely on the season, so it’s best to plant them all at once. However, keep in mind that some varieties of date like apricots will require more time than others.
Mangoes should be planted around the year, the mangoes are harvested. However, don’t be surprised if the fruit doesn’t begin to ripen all at once. For example, mangoes produce their fruits a few months after the trees have finished producing their seeds. Therefore, mangoes, bananas and guava trees will ripen before the mangoes do, so you can enjoy the fruits even sooner if you take the extra step of waiting.
When the mangoes start to ripen, you will need to prune them as much as possible to keep them from spreading to other parts of your home. Pruning is especially important to prevent the growth of black spots. Some people will also prune their mangoes to remove any dead shoots, which can turn a dull orange color. If you decide to prune your mangoes, ensure to use some sort of fertilizer to prevent the roots from rotting away.
You will also want to check for signs of insects and disease in your tropical fruit tree. Be sure to apply a pesticide to your trees if they are showing signs of insect damage. It is important to check every couple of months and make sure there aren’t new pests or diseases developing on your mangoes.
Once the mango trees are established, you will then want to add water to their root balls to keep them growing properly. If there is no water in the root balls of the mango, they will likely dry out and die, so it’s a good idea to replenish the water supply often. It may also be helpful to get rid of any loose soil by using a spade or shovel. Once you’ve filled the root balls, you can then move on to prune your trees.
Since the mango is one of the world’s most popular tropical fruit tree, it is often planted on streets and roadsides, since it is also considered a decorative plant. Since the fruit is available in both canned and fresh form, you can take it to any event you wish. As long as you plant the mango on a paved area, it can easily be moved around.