no not even in the US
they are indidginous to Africa there are big forests of massive mahogany trees in Africa
Congo and Kenya both grow mahogany.
I live in south Florida and have two Mahogany trees and they have seed pods on them right now...September 24th, 2009.
There will be less young trees ,I think
warm and`dry Tropical.
All mahogany trees were seeds at one time. They are tropical trees and can not tolerate freezing conditions. They do not live in deserts. So if you have the right climate, you can produce your tree.
Orchids, Bamboo, Mahogany, Teak, Fig, bromeliads, ferns, hibiscus are some of them.
Mahogany is a wood from the mahogany tree.
the wet and dry seasons
Tropical Rain Forest.
Mahogany trees are found in USDA zones 10 and 11 making them a tropical like species. Unless found as saplings inside a greenhouse you probably won't see them in Ohio due to the harsh winter conditions found there.
I think a mango is frown in more tropical areas.
Tropical areas in southeast Asia.