Mango is a sweet, juicy tropical fruit that can be grown from seed in the more temperate regions of the United States where there is no frost. Southern California and Florida are two regions were mango trees can thrive.
Cut all the fruit off the mango seed.
Scrub the seed with a stiff scrubbing brush to remove all of the remnants of fruit.
Fill a cup with water and put the clean seed in the cup. The water should cover most, but not all, of the seed.
Place the sup in a warm windowsill.
Change the water daily.
When the seed starts to sprout, dig a hole in the ground. Plant the seed and fill the hole with potting soil, being careful not to cover the sprout.
Water. Keep the soil moist, but not soggy.