Mango

Valencia Pride Mango

Valencia Pride

Valencia Pride Is yet another Haden seedling selected and named in Florida in 1941. The flesh is sweet, aromatic, firm, and fiberless. The tree is a vigorous large grower making it an excellent shade tree complemented by an exceptionally attractive fruit. It has one of the finest flavors of all of the late season varieties and it never disappoints. The fruit ripens July to August.

Nam Doc Mai

Nam Doc Mai Mango

Nam Doc Mai is a premium cultivar introduced to Florida from Thailand in 1973. It is hands down the most sought after of the Asian mangos and for good reason. The fruit is firm, sweet, aromatic, completely fiberless, and is born on a tree suitable to a small backyard. The fruit ripens from June to July.

Kent Mango

Kent Mango

Kent was selected in Coconut Grove, Florida in 1945. The flesh is deep yellow, sweet, aromatic, and virtually fiberless. The tree is a large vigorous grower which can attain heights of fifty to sixty feet if unmanaged. The most rewarding attribute is a bountiful late season crop. The fruit ripens from July to August.

Haden Mango

Haden Mango

Haden was the first superior mango cultivar selected and named in Florida. The flesh has a full sweet flavor, and it is of excellent eating quality. The fruit is eye catching having a deep yellow base with a crimson blush. The tree is a vigorous large grower with an open rounded canopy. The only problems it has are disease resistance and a tendency to have “jelly seed”. The fuit are susceptible to spotting caused by fungus, and they tend to ripen from the inside out becoming slightly soft around the seed. The Haden remains an excellent variety for anyone that has the space for a medium to large tree. The fruit ripens from June to July.