Wait for the seed to sprout, which may take a couple weeks. Be warned: the paper towel may look disgusting. If you planted one and the bag is moldy, t...
Mangos, especially here in North Carolina, are very expensive (about $1.50 each) and are not usually good. So I decided to grow one. I looked up how to grow one from seed, but I never found a clear description of how you would. So I improvised and tried my own way. Although the success rate is about 20%, it is very easy and I do have two tiny mango trees.
Step 1: Gather Your Materials
All you need to grow a mango is:
Ã¢ÂÂ¢A plastic bag
Ã¢ÂÂ¢A pot with soil
You will not need the pot or soil for a couple of weeks.