Sabre is from South Africa, and is used as a rootstock there and in other countries as well. It is apparently capable of dwarfing some cultivars while making others more vigorous.
The fruit are small-to-medium sized, oblong in shape with attractive pink colored skin. The flesh is very fibrous and flavor rather objective and unappealing.
We obtained one in 2017 for evaluation as a source of rootstock. The tree was planted in 2018 and is probably large enough to fruit in 2020.
Sabre is an early season mango in Florida.
Country: South Africa