Garden mango cocktail

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We have a walled garden which mainly exists to provide our cats with shaded areas to sleep in. I'm no proud gardener, but I was very happily surprised to see mangoes growing on one of our trees, particularly as I'm pretty sure it's a guava tree. That blip aside, I think I might get more into this Growing of Stuff; we just created a cocktail from ginger beer, vodka and lovely mangoes not just freshly-plucked but still warm from the sun, and a shred of peel from one of our lemons too. Now I need an Angostura tree and we're set for summer refreshments.




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  1. Mango trees are a joy to plant, watch grow and enjoy the harvest. This is one of the most popular fruit trees grown in warm climates. There is much to know about Mango trees and growing them.

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  2. Mango trees are a joy to plant, watch grow and enjoy the harvest. This is one of the most popular fruit trees grown in warm climates. There is much to know about Mango trees and growing them.

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  3. My adolescence was spent in the region of trees, wild bushes and blossoms developing in our little lawn with brilliant mango and guava trees that gave the sweetest mangoes and guavas I have ever tasted. I would climb the tree alongside my more youthful sister, track and have a record of the aggregate mangoes and guavas.

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  4. That is a very tiny mango fruit you have there - what breed/type is it?

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