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Massive Mango

My mum sure knows what types of presents I like. She was at a local fruit and veg shop in Sarina that is supplied by local growers and found this enormous mango. As she was coming down to visit, she bought it and gave it to me. I'm going to try to grow from seed and put it in the park. 3 of these monsters (2.2 kg by the way) would make making mango chutney a Breeze!!

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Comment by Sophie on January 22, 2017 at 14:43
Oh my gawd hahahaa
Comment by Dianne Caswell on January 21, 2017 at 18:00

Well that certainly beats my Cucumber!!!!!!! I am sure you will enjoy this beauty and be dripping with Mango juice by the time you are finished!!!!!

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