he fruits are quite large at maturity, averaging around 2 pounds, some even weighing as much as 5 pounds. The skin color is red, and the fruit have a long, flattened oval shape. The flesh is lemon yellow in color, completely fiberless, and has a very sweet flavor. It contains a monoembryonic seed. Lancetilla typically matures from August to September in Florida, making it a late season mango.

Lemon Meringue

The large, vigorous tree produces small, yellow, elongated and somewhat pointed fruit with a bright lemon-yellow, moist, spicy flesh. Commercially it has been dubbed the “lemon meringue” mango for its aroma.

Lemon Zest

Lemon Zest is a truly different mango with a citrusy flavour. This is an early bearing cultivar, with a unique taste, different from most other mangos.

Little Gem

Mango ‘Little Gem’ (Mangifera indica hybrid) True to its name, ‘Little Gem’ has 3” round fruit with a small seed in the middle. It’s extremely sweet with very little fiber.


The fruit of the Mahachanok mango tree is very elongated and curved, with a typical weight between 250 and 370 grams. It turns yellowish–orange with pink blush when ripe, and is one of the most popular varieties in Thailand for eating ripe (as opposed to green).


The ‘Mallika’ mango is the result of the hybridization of the Indian mango varieties Neelum and Dasheri. Mallika produces high quality, fiberless orange fruit. The fruit has prominent citrus, melon and honey notes and is exceptionally sweet.


The miracle mango, is a thai mango that fruits in the winter and often fruits in the summer of the same year producing two crops annually. The fruit are typically 0.75-1.0 lbs. and have a golden yellow skin when ripe. The pulp is sweet and firm with little to no objectionable fiber.

Nam Doc Mai

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.


Fruit weigh 9 to 12 oz, with the general shape of a fat cashew nut. They are smooth-skinned and bright yellow upon ripening and have no blush. The flesh is deep yellow or orange. There is no fiber and a rich, aromatic flavor that is over-powering to the unaccustomed palate. They have a late ripening season and can be stored for an extended time. Fruit should be harvested when mature green and ripened at room temperature off the tree.


‘Okrung’ is an excellent Thai cultivar introduced to Florida in 1973. Thai-cultivar, green-yellow fruit eaten while green. The fruit is traditionally served in Thailand in combination with sticky rice. One of the most popular varieties in Thailand. The fruit is very sweet, with the highest sugar content of any mango tested in Florida. It has a strong Indo-Chinese flavor and is somewhat fibrous. The fruit are small, hand in clusters and drop off the tree when ripe.