Paho, an Endemic Little Cousin of the Mango
Paho (Mangifera altissima Blanco) is consumed more as a salad fruit and is harvested at a very immature stage usually a few weeks after flowering. At this stage it is exquisitely aromatic and is usually mixed with tomato and onion. It is expensive and at first harvest is usually sold at P5 or more a piece. Paho is commonly grown in the Southern Tagalog region and fresh fruits in the market usually come from Batangas province.
Seeds: look like Jackfruit seeds
Flower: White Color
Small: Crunchy fruits
Tree: Very good for lumber
Fruits: Very expensive
Seedling: Great for rootstock (has dwarfing effect), you can graft at 2-3 months your mango cultivars, great for forest tree planting
The seeds are very rare because Paho fruits are harvested when unripe green so seeds are not produced. Because the fruits are expensive when sold green unripe, growers have no available seeds.
Private message me if you want to order. Minimum of 5 seeds.