Family:
Apocynaceae
Scientific Name:
Cerbera manghas
Toxins:
cardiac glycosides
Flower Color:
Found:
coastal areas, ornamental

Geographical Distribution

Sea mango distribution - United States

Sea Mango

Cerbera manghas

Native frangipani
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Sea mango (Cerbera manghas) is a small evergreen shrub or small tree commonly found in coastal areas. It produces fragrant white to pink, tubular, 5-petaled flowers. The fruits and seeds of this plant contain cardiac glycosides, which are highly toxic to poultry (and all animals!).