The ‘Chok Anan’ mango, sometimes spelled Chocanon, (Thai: mango from Thailand, India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. It has an oval shape and tapered tips. The ripe fruit and flesh are light yellow and have a sweet taste. Chok Anan is also called a “honey mango”.
Chok Anan is also known as the Miracle Mango, because it often fruits twice a year (fruiting in the summer, and then gives way to another crop in the winter time).
Choose an area of land that doesn’t bake in full sun. The tree will become very large if not pruned, so make sure it will have enough room if you plan to allow it to grow to its natural size.
You’ll need to dig a large hole that is 4 times the width and 3 times the depth of the mango tree’s container. Place the tree in the ground and use the original soil to fill the space around the roots and base of the tree. Firm the tree in with your foot to remove any air pockets and then water it well.