Anacardiaceae (mango family) 

        The Anacardiaceae family consists of about 600 species in 70 genera of mostly subtropical and tropical woody trees and shrubs.  Leaves and branches are resinous.  Commercially important members of this family include mango (Mangifera indica) and cashew (Anacardium occidentale).  Poison ivy and poison oak (Toxicodendron sp.) are also members of this family.

Mangifera indica (N.J. Jacquin, 1781-1793)
1995-2003 Missouri Botanical Garden

    The following species of the Anacardiaceae family are growing at Montoso Gardens:  

 

Scientific Name Common Name Plant Family

Bouea macrophylla

maprang

Anacardiaceae

Mangifera indica 'Cambodian'

mango

Anacardiaceae

Mangifera indica 'Colombo Kidney'

mango

Anacardiaceae

Mangifera kasturi

casturi mango

Anacardiaceae

Mangifera odorata

kuini

Anacardiaceae


 

 

 

 

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