Uh,not exactly a tree (rolling eye's icon here). But here's one in my yard with some small fruit. They should be ready by August or maybe late July. Mangoes in the bay area are rare outdoors. All under 12' from what I have been able to determine. Still,if you have a 8 or 12' tree,that's all the Mangoes you can eat in a short time anyways,best case. Here,they do need to be covered when 32f rolls around. Some years,it wont go below 35f,others can dip to ~30f. But all you tropical people might be shocked they can grow and flush and look nice in 75f summers. This is a former Baileys Mango that had the graft die. Its now two years in ground. Not bad since it was a stick of no leaves or branches in early 2013. A 2012 winter freeze zapped it when it was weakened by baring fruit in summer. That was in a pot. Now,in ground and looking up!