Where Do Mangos Grow?

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Mangoes grow best in tropical climates that are frost free with cool, dry winters and steamy hot summers. They do well in light well drained soils and are widely grown in Mexico, Haiti, the Caribbean and in South America.
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Mangos grow in areas that are subtropical. They can grow in Brazil, Mexico, and we have lots of mango trees in Florida too. My neighbor has a Mango tree, but it went through a few cold days this past winter, when we had several days of freezing temperatures. He's still working on the tree to get it right again. Mangos can't tolerate cold weather.
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