So I cut open a mango ate every bite when I noticed that the husk which holds the seed was cracked open. I wanted to see what would happen if I threw the whole thing in a pot with soil - so I did. Well, the darn thing started growing. That's when I started researching "How" to grow a mango tree. I know I started it bassackwards, but nonetheless now I need to know how to save it. If, in fact, it needs saving. As I read articles it instructs to take the seed out of its covering. So what do I do? Should I try to cut the husk away? Remember the husk was cracked - I planted it pointy side down with about 1/4 of the pod sticking out above the soil. We had a hot humid spell up here in New York for about a week and I'm guessing that's what the little "Mango Seed That Could" needed in order to sprout. Now I'm nervous that it might not be rooting properly and at some point the little darling will just keel over. Any ideas for me on how to save it's life? Or should I just let it be and see what happens?? Can u tell I've grown attached already?