|Mangifera 'Nam Dok Mai'|
|Cultivar||'Nam Dok Mai'|
The 'Nam Dok Mai' mango (Thai: น้ำดอกไม้, also spelled Nam Doc Mai) is a mango cultivar which originated in Thailand. It is the most popular mango variety in Thailand, and is grown commercially in Australia and Colombia as well, albeit as a minor variety.
The Nam Dok Mai tree is medium-sized, and can potentially reach heights of over six meters. It is an early-midseason variety, with the potential for multiple crops in a year. The fruit is elongated, with a prominent beak, and is normally yellow with green spots. It is a polyembryonic-seeded variety. The flesh of the fruit is known for having very little fibre, strong and pleasant aroma, and very sweet taste.
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