Mango varieties

Alampur Baneshan
1. Originated in the Andhra Pradesh region of South India and is considered as one of the finest dessert mangos in the country. The fruit are large, averaging 14 to 16 oz. They are oblique-oblong. The skin color is green, even when ripe, and is overlaid with characteristic corky dots covering the fruit surface. As with most other fine dessert mangos of India, Alampur Baneshan is best harvested hard-green and ripened at room temperature. In this manner one can expect an exceptional, multi-leveled flavor, from the deep and resinous to the intensely sweet. This is a mango for the true connoisseur, not the beginner, as its flavor could prove to be overpowering to the unaccustomed palate. The fruit are uncommon outside of India and due to its green skin color, yield limitations and propensity for pre-harvest splitting, it is improbable that they will enter into international export markets. .....
Alphonso
2. Alphonse, often termed Alphonso, is among the finest of Indian dessert mangos. Originating in Goa, Alphonse weighs 10 oz, with an ovate-oblique shape. The fruit can be green or a bright yellow depending on the environmental conditions, and they often have a pink blush on the sun-exposed shoulder. The ripening fruit are the perfect accent for the kitchen, perfuming the air with a wonderful sweet and fruity aroma. The flavor also is intensely sweet, rich and full, with multiple aromatic overtones and a hint of citrus. There is no fiber in the orange, melting flesh. Alphonse is best eaten out-of-hand, and is exported from India to specialty markets in Europe, where it is sold for a good price. The fruit are harvested firm, at the mature green stage, and are not refrigerated prior to ripening. Mature-green fruit are ripened at 70F to develop optimal flesh texture, flavor and aroma. Alphonso is considered by many to be the best Indian cultivar in terms of sweetness and flavor. One of the rarest varieties and sought after - sweet large juice fruit. .....
Baileys Marvel
3. This mango is very similar to the Haden, only better! It has the same flavor with the Haden, with less fiber. The fruit are also bigger and less prone to fungus problems. Pick when you see the base of the fruit turning yellow. Eat before fruit gets too ripe. Best cold tolerance. .....
Beverly
4. Beverly is an excellent late season mango. Yellow flesh is juicy, virtually fiberless, excellent! All of this adds up to a delicious mango with abundant flesh available when most cultivars are through for the year. The only downfalls are its lackluster dull green color and the trees low spreading habit. .....
Bombay
5. This exotic variety has extremely sweet, rich and unique taste. It is very popular in Jamaica as well as in Western India, where it is known as Pairi. To determine when to pick, look for a slight yellow color on bottom of fruit. As the name would suggest, it originated from seeds brought to the island by early immigrants from India, and the fruit and tree are similar in shape, taste and habit to the Paheri of India. The fruit range from 12 to 14 oz. and remain a deep green color even when ready to eat. When exposed to the sun they often develop a dull red shoulder. The flesh is a deep orange, melting and juicy with no hint of fiber. The flavor is rich and spicy, reminiscent of the finest of the Indian dessert types. The tree is vigorous, open growing and forms a large, handsome tree. Consistent fruiting under South Florida conditions. The fruit can be cut around the middle, twisted to separate into two halves and eaten with a spoon. .....
Brahm Kai Meu
6. Brahm Kai Meu is a cultivar of the mango Mangifera indica, of Thai origin. Although it is relatively new in Florida, it appears to be doing very well so far, in terms of growth and yield.In Thailand, Brahm Kai Meu mango is eaten also in its green state. When ripe, Brahm Kai Meu stays relatively green with hardly any change in color. This mango is sweet and fibreless. .....
Carrie
7. A home garden favorite offering small tree size, disease tolerance and excellent flavor. The flavor is by far the most outstanding feature of this variety. It has absolutely no fiber; Is extremely rich in flavor, sweet, aromatic and a pure pleasure to eat. You will savor every mouthful! Its compact size makes it an excellent dooryard tree that requires minimal care. Both fruit and tree have little to no problem with fungus or disease. Lack of color and firmness are the only shortcomings of this superb variety. To determine where to pick, look for a subtle yellow color at its base. Do not let the fruit drop from a tree, or it will bruise since its completely fiberless. Many people agree that this is the best tasting mango in existence! .....
Choc Anon Miracle
8. Also known as the Miracle Mango. Fruit come in bunches. Medium size tree. It 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 ripens from November-January and sometimes July as well. The fruit are typically 0.75-1.0 lbs and have a golden yellow skin when ripe. The pulp is sweet and firm and has a very distinctive coconut flavor. The trees are vigorous growers with a densely foliated canopy and upright habit. This variety is an excellent choice for winter residents, and growers that want to extend their mango season beyond the traditional summer months. .....
Cogshall
9. Mango Cogshall (Semi-Dwarf) is one the best variety for indoor potting culture! This variety is perfect for small yards or as condo mango - an ultra compact grower. It has slow growth habit which makes it very easy to control its size with pruning. The tree is suitable for container growing on a balcony, or planting in a suburban backyard. It can easily be maintained at just eight feet tall, and it will still produce a good size crop year after year.The fruit is very colorful and has a mild, sweet flavor that appeals to many. It is also fungus resistant. Selected on Pine Island, Florida in the 1940s, is recognized for its small tree size, heavy production, eating quality and beauty. The fruit, averaging about a pound, have eye-catching yellowish-orange skin, overlaid with a brilliant crimson blush. The soft, completely fiberless flesh is aromatic, with a rich, spicy flavor that is sure to please. Both fruit and tree have good disease tolerance. The fruit ripen like jewels, a few each day, over an extended season from mid June through July. The Cogshall tree remains compact; with minimal pruning it can be maintained at a height and spread of six feet or less while producing 30 to 50 pounds (3 to 5 boxes) of fruit. .....
Cushman
10. Cushman is an excellent mid to late season mango that resembles a grapefruit in size, shape, and color. The flesh is smooth, creamy, and completely fiberless. Although the tree is not the most aesthetically pleasing due to poor disease resistance, one bite will make you drop the axe. One of the best tasting fruit! .....
Dot
11. Dot is a virtually fiberless cultivar of excellent eating quality. The flesh is firm, juicy, and aromatic. The skin is an attractive bright yellow with a faint pink blush. The fruit ripens June to July. A Dot mango is a mango cultivar that It was developed in South Florida. The cultivar has limited to no commercial plantings but is sold as nursery stock as a dooryard tree in Florida. Dot was originally developed by nurseryman Lawrence Zill of Boynton Beach, Florida, and was named after his wife Dorothy. It was reportedly a seedling of the Carrie mango, however pedigree analysis indicates it was a seedling of the Zill mango. Dot was propagated for several years by the Zill nursery but fell out of favor due to disease susceptibility and lack of ideal color. However, Frank Smathers of Miami, Florida received several cuttings of the Dot and took up propagating the tree, finding the eating quality of the fruit to be very high. The fruit began to be promoted as a popular dooryard cultivar beginning in 1992. .....
Duncan
12. Duncan, of unknown parentage, was one of the few patented varieties of Florida, being bred and protected by David Sturrock of Palm Beach County due to its exceptional production, disease resistance and eating quality. The fruit are oblong and are of uniform shape throughout the canopy, from 16 to 24 oz. The color is a solid canary yellow with no blush. The skin is thick, waxy and resistant to handling damage, with a soft, tender, and juicy orange flesh. The flesh is velvet-smooth and bright yellow, with an exceptionally sweet, slightly tangy, refreshing flavor reminiscent of Carabao, with a hint of citrus and a fruity aroma. The fruit ripen in July in Florida and are tolerant of anthracose infection, making them suitable for production under humid, rainy conditions. Production is heavy. The tree itself is vigorous and open in its growth habit, but highly manageable. It can be maintained at a height and spread of 8 to 10 ft with a minimal of care and pruning. .....
East Indian
13. A traditional juice mango selected in Jamaica but not well known away from the Island. Common in markets in Jamaica and other parts of Caribbean. The fruit is oblong, with a smooth greenish to bright yellow skin, red blush on the shoulders, overlaid with large white dots and a heavy wax coating. The deep orange flesh is firm and juicy, with some fiber. Flavor is rich, aromatic, spicy, with distinctive tropical and coconut flavor notes. Very good for fresh juices. .....
Edward
14. The most outstanding feature of this variety is the perfect blend of sweetness and tartness thanks to its Indo-Chinese / Indian background. It is alsi firm, yet has no fiber. Another good trait is a long-lasting season. So, after many of the early varieties are gone, you will still be savoring the sweet tartness of this exceptional variety. It is easy to determine when to pick because the fruit will turn yellow at its base. .....
Fairchild
15. A fiberless selection from Central America having firm, juicy flesh. Excellent and can easily be kept to small stature. It was selected in the early 1900s in the Panama Canal Zone. It was a favorite of David Fairchild and his family due to its distinctive flavor and heavy production under humid conditions. The small, oblong fruit average 10 oz and are lemon yellow at maturity in June and July. The juicy flesh is deep orange and fiberless, with a rich, aromatic and spicy flavor. The tree and fruit are highly tolerant of disease and fruit well under humid conditions, making it a natural for South Florida. The tree is among the most ornamental of mangos, with its compact shape and deep green color. It can be maintained at a height and spread of eight feet or less, perfect for those with a modest-sized home garden. .....
Florigon
16. A a pure yellow, early season cultivar with an excellent flavor and good disease tolerance. Extremely popular with dooryard growers for its quality, consistency, and precocity. The flesh is firm with a deep yellow color and mild flavor. The fruit ripens from late May-July. .....
Fralan
17. Rare variety from Thailand, with green skin. Fralan means Thunder - as the fruit cracks when peeled. No turpentine aftertaste, very good flavor. .....
Glenn
18. This Indian / Indo-Chinese hybrid fruits consistently every year. It is a Haden seedling, and much like the Haden it is a Florida favorite. It has a very attractive appearance with a mild, sweet flavor. The fruit is virtually fiberless. Excellent eating quality, consistent production, and effortless to grow. It is easy to determine when to pick because the fruit will turn yellow at its base. It was discovered as a seedling tree growing at the residence of Mr. Roscoe E. Glenn, Miami, Florida in the 1940s. The fruit are oval to oblong, weighing from 16 to 20 oz with a bright yellow background and a pastel orange-red blush on the shoulders. The deep yellow flesh has no fiber and is soft and silky, with a rich, sweet and aromatic flavor. This is accompanied by a prevalent, sweet aroma. Glenn is a favorite in home gardens of Florida because it may be maintained at 10 ft throughout its life with consistent production, disease tolerance and superb eating quality. .....
Graham
19. A descendent of Julie selected in Trinidad. The fruit are oval, averaging 13 to 16 oz. The fruit ripen from mid-July to August to a bright yellow, with a slight pink blush. The thick, tough skin conceals a fiberless, deep orange, soft and juicy flesh with a sweet, rich and aromatic flavor. During the late summer, a finer-flavored mango cannot be found. Graham grows well in moist, humid conditions, typical of South Florida. The tree is naturally compact, and with annual pruning can be maintained with a size and spread of eight feet, perfect for the space-limited homeowner. .....
Haden
20. This variety is well-known because it originated in Florida and has been grown here since 1910. It has a good flavor, however, it is slightly fibrous and is succeptable to fungus. If you insist on old haden variety, this is it. The flesh has a full sweet flavor, and it is of good 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. Drawbacks include below average disease resistance and a tendency to have jelly seed. A traditional favorite despite disease susceptibility. .....
Heidi
21. Heidi mango - this cultivar has spice melon taste. Yellow skinned when ripe this mango is grown in South Africa. Very sweet, with a slightly fibrous flesh. .....
Ice Cream
22. Ice Cream is far and away the most popular of the condo mangos. Dwarf tree, small green fruit w/ yellow flesh. Flavored like name. The tree can easily be maintained at a height of just six feet making it ideal for container growing. Although the fruit is not exactly dessert to the eyes the flavor is sweet, rich, and reminiscent of mango sorbet. The skin is thick; yet, tender and easily separating from the fiberless, soft, melting and juicy, yellow flesh. It is the flavor that distinguishes this fruit, with a sweet richness reminiscent of mango sorbet. The fruiting season stretches over a month from June to July. It is perfect for those with limited space or interest in container growing - easily managed to a height of 6 ft. The tree is tolerant of disease, allowing for large harvests with no pesticides. .....
Imam Pasand
23. One of the best mangos of India, ideally suited for dessert, the table and show. The fruit weigh 16 oz or more and are a beautiful smooth oval at maturity. The skin is a dark green, with distinct white highlights over the entire surface. Upon ripening the fruit can attain a deep yellow blush the shoulders and mid-section. The tree has a trailing growth habit and is easily controlled by annual pruning. The properly pruned tree will have a full, spreading canopy of 8 to 10 ft in height and spread. During the fruiting season of June and July, Imam Pasand hangs heavy with consistent production. The fruit should be harvested mature green and ripened off the tree at a temperature of 75 to 85 F. Harvesting should occur 2 to 4 weeks before ripening on the tree for the development of the best quality. Properly harvested and ripened fruit have a fiberless, silky flesh with a deep, sweet flavor and distinct citrus overtones. The tree and fruit are tolerant of diseases and require little in the way of special care. .....
Irwin
24. Irwin fruit is of ovate shape, with a rounded base and a pointed apex, lacking a beak. The smooth skin develops an eye-catching dark red blush at maturity. The flesh is yellow and has a mild but sweet flavor and a pleasant aroma. It is fiberless and contains a monoembryonic seed. The fruit typically mature from June to July in Florida and is often born in clusters.The trees are moderately vigorous growers capable of exceeding 20 feet in height if left unpruned, developing open canopies. .....
Jakarta
25. This mango is a cross of a Kent and Bombay and inherited the finest features of each variety: the large size and gorgeous yellow/red color of the Kent; and the excellent, exotic flavor of the Bombay. Jakarta is a virtually fiberless selection of good eating quality and consistent production. When fully ripe the skin will turn deep orange to red and display numerous white dots. The fruit of this completely fiberless selection is very colorful when ripened. Consistent producer. To determine when to pick, look for yellowing on lower half of fruit. .....
Julie
26. Julie is synonymous with the Caribbean. Selected in Jamaica, the fruit have a flattened oval shape and are small, generally weighing from 6 to 10 oz. This is the most popular variety in Jamaica and many other Caribbean islands because of its rich, sweet, coconut/pineapple-like flavor. To fully enjoy this unique tasting mango, it is best to eat on the same, or next day after it falls from the tree before it gets too ripe. The fruit are greenish to mustard yellow, with a pink blush when exposed to the sun. The deep orange, fiber-free flesh is soft and extremely juicy, with a rich and spicy flavor. The fruit are not stunning specimens, but they certainly have an extraordinary flavor. The fruiting season is from May to July, but unpredictable, with multiple crops throughout the summer. The tree is dwarf and should be grown in combination with other varieties to assure production. This variety is a perfect choice for those with a small yard because it is a very compact, dwarf tree. In Florida it is sought after for its dwarf growing habit. Floridas humidity makes this tree a challenge to grow, however. Fungus problems which lead to twig die back are common, making fungicide applications necessary for success. .....
Keitt
27. By far, this is the best all-around late mango. It is very productive, good-flavored, excellent for shipping, and disease resistant. It also has a very long and late season. The largest fruit mature in late July, and the smallest fruit can be left on the tree as late as November. Fruit ripe more evenly when picked green, starting with the largest fruit. Good variety for eating while green and to use for making Indian green mango pickle (achar). The variety has become one of the worlds most outstanding mangos. Excellent eating quality, disease resistance, productivity, and ripening time are some of the features of this four to five pound goliath. An excellent late season cultivar with superior quality, manageability, yield. .....
Kensington Pride
28. Kensington Pride (syn. Pride of Bowen, Bowen Special) is the number one commercial variety in Australia. This heavy bearing medium sized tree grows to an average height of 15 - 25. The fruit is smooth and colorful with a bright yellow skin and a red blush. The flesh is soft and juicy with a sweet aromatic flavor, and just a slight amount of fiber. The fruit is consumed ripe out of hand and is also well suited for pickles and sweet preserves at the firm-green stage. In Queensland, Kensington Pride is the leading commercial cultivar in the drier areas. In humid regions it is anthracnose-prone and requires spraying. It is thought to have been introduced by traders in Bowen who were shipping horses for military use in India. It may be called because of its color, Apple or Strawberry. Flesh is orange, thick, nearly fiberless, juicy, of rich flavor. This cultivar is classified as mid-season. The fruit matures from early to mid-November. Polyembryonic. The fruit ships well but the tree is not a dependable nor heavy bearer. It has an oval crown and unusually sweet-scented leaves. .....
Kent
29. This variety originated in Coconut Grove, Florida in 1945 from a Haden seed. It has an excellent flavor, large size, and very little fiber. Considered by many to be one of the best tasting Florida mangoes. Eat before fruit gets too ripe. The most rewarding attribute is a bountiful late season crop. Late season mango with good color and exceptional flavor, great for drying. .....
Lancetilla
30. This impressive mango comes from the north coast of Honduras. The fruit are quite large, ranging from two to five pounds. The thick skin, bright red color with radiant, crimson on the shoulders is tolerant of rough handling and is easily separated from the firm, juicy lemon-yellow flesh. The fiberless flesh is aromatic and has an intensely sweet, flavor. The fruit ripen from mid-August through September, almost the end of the mango season in South Florida. With branch tipping and selective pruning, it can be formed into a small, productive ten-foot tree.With its excellent disease tolerance, is the perfect late season mango, offering beauty, compact size and flavor. .....
Lemon Meringue
31. This unique variety has a tart, yet sweet flavor with a wonderful lemony aroma - hence the name. Everyone who tastes this fruit loves it! It is originally from Burma, where it is known as Pu Pyi Klai. The fruit is extremely fungus resistant. .....
Lemon Zest aka 27 1
32. This unique variety has excellent sweet citrus flavor - hence the name. Everyone who tastes this fruit loves it! .....
Madame Francis
33. A traditional dessert mango from Haiti. The fruit are saber-like in shape, with an undulating and naturally waxed skin. The size of the fruit is from 1 to 1 ? lb., with a bright yellow color at full maturity. The dark orange somewhat fibrous flesh is soft and juicy with a rich, spicy and sweet flavor that speaks of the Caribbean. Madame Francis is one of the few specialty mangos available in the United States for a number of years. The tree is open growing and vigorous, with large, light green leaves and moderate anthracnose tolerance. It is generally one of the first mangos to ripen during the season and often produces multiple crops here in Florida and throughout the tropics. .....
Maha Chinook
34. Very rare mango variety from Singapore. It is a long fruit looking similar to Nam Doc Mai but with a pink blush. Some people consider it the best had ever tasted. The season is long and can vary from year to year. It is fiberless with good flesh to seed ratio. The seed is almost paper thin. This mango would be perfect for the container considering its slow growth habit. May be aslo spelled Maha Chanok or Maha Chanook. .....
Mallika
35. Mallika is a condo mango native to India. It is a hybrid between Neelum and Dasheri, and is considered among the best of the new generation of Indian dessert mangos. The bright yellow fruit are a flattened oblong shape, with a rounded base and an irregular, non-waxy skin, and weigh from 10 to 18 oz. When properly ripened, the pasty, but completely fiber-free flesh is a deep orange, with an intensely sweet, rich and highly aromatic flavor with hints of citrus and melon. Mallika fruit are harvested mature-green, before they break color on the tree and should be stored at a temperature of not less than 70 .....
Manilita
36. Originated from the Pacific Coast of Mexico. The fruit are small and elongated, weighing 9 oz. The color is an eye-catching pastel red, which covers all but the nose of the fruit. The flesh is light yellow and silky-smooth, with a pleasing sweet and uncomplicated flavor. It is perfect for eating out-of-hand, for slicing and dehydrating. The fruit ripen early in the mango season; it is among the earliest red mango to ripen in Florida. The tree is dwarf and disease resistant and is perfectly suited for container or patio production. Tree size can be maintained at 7 ft or less. Production is consistent, but modest. .....
Nam Doc Mai
37. Nam Doc Mai is a premium cultivar introduced to Florida from Thailand in 1973 where is is one of the most popular varieties. Green to yellow skin, no fiber whatsoever, multiple crops possible. Eaten green or ripe, a Thailand favorite. It is hands down the most sought after of the Asian mangos and for good reason. A great feature of this variety is that the branches bloom occasionally at different times, giving you an extended ripening season during the summer. Nam Doc Mai is among the best known dessert mangos of Thailand, with an exceptional appearance and eating quality. It can sometimes be found in specialty markets in Japan, Europe, and rarely the United States. The fruit are long, slender and sigmoid, weighing from 12 to 20 oz. The ripe fruit range from a greenish- to canary-yellow, rarely with a reddish blush on the sun-exposed shoulder. The fruit are most often eaten when ripe, when the flesh is soft and juicy, with a sweet and aromatic flavor. Like most Southeast Asian mangos has no fiber. In Thailand and throughout much of Asia, this cultivar encompasses what is most desired in terms of a quality ripe dessert fruit, with a smooth, silky texture and extreme sweetness and bouquet. The fruit are also used while mature green for dipping in sauces and for the making of sweet preserves and pickles. The tree can be pruned to maintain a productive tree of 10 ft or less. It has found a home in the Caribbean, where it grows and fruits well. .....
Neelum
38. A South Indian dessert mango, widely grown throughout the country and to an increasing extent in southernmost China. The 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. Neelum is best eaten out-of-hand, or used as slices or cubes in mixed fruit salads, as the firm flesh holds its shape. They have a late ripening season and can be stored for an extended time, which offers advantages in marketing. However, the fruit are only occasionally exported outside of their production areas, due to significant local demand. Fruit should be harvested when mature green and ripened at room temperature off the tree. Neelum is a dwarf tree perfect for the home gardener and may fit into modern production systems, which will hopefully increase its availability in commercial export markets. .....
Okrung
39. Okrung is another 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. .....
Okrung Tong
40. This one of the most popular varieties in Thailand. The fruit are extremely sweet, with a rich Indo-Chinese type flavor. The fruit are small, hang in clusters, and turn yellow when ready to pick. .....
Palmer
41. The fruit is large, with especially big specimens reaching several pounds in weight. Coloration tends to be yellow with red blush when ripe; the fruit will turn purple long before becoming mature, sometimes leading to immature fruits being picked. The flesh is orange-yellow and has a mild and aromatic flavor, with minimal fiber, and contains a monoembryonic seed. It ripens from July to early September in Florida, making it a late-season cultivar. Palmer trees are moderately vigorous growers and have upright canopies. .....
Philippine
42. This variety originated from Philippines and is also popular in Mexico and Cuba. This small fiberless fruit was introduced to Florida from Cuba. In Mexico, it is known as Manila, in Philippines - as Carabo. The flesh is soft, melting, and has a sweet rich flavor, with an aroma typical of the Indo-Chinese types, it is very different from the Indian types. The fruit hang in clusters on the stem. The tree is well adapted to South Florida. .....
Pim Seng Mun Phimsen Mun
43. If you like green mangoes, youll love this one! As with many Thai mangoes, this variety must be eaten green to fully enjoy its unique apple-like qualities. It has a crunchy, crisp texture with a pleasantly tart taste. Pick when the fruit are full-sized and green, before they ripen. For the trully different taste, try the fruit with sald and Cayenne papper. .....
Rosigold
44. Southeast Asian heritage. The fruit ripen early, from middle to late March. The fruit are cylindrical, weighing 11 oz and are a bright yellow, with crimson and red highlights on the sun-exposed shoulders. The skin is thick, tender and adhesive to the soft, melting and juicy deep-orange flesh. The flavor is rich, aromatic and sweet, with a hint of the Asian Tropics. There is no fiber in the silky flesh. The tree is small, manageable and highly productive and can be kept at 8 ft. Blooming often occurs in successive waves throughout the winter, resulting in a multi-harvest fruiting season. There is a need to thin fruit in most years to improve fruit size and quality. .....
San Felipe
45. An eye-stopping beauty from western Cuba. Selected in more recent times, San Felipe has many characteristics of the Haden of Florida. The fruit weight nearly a pound each or slightly more and have a bright yellow background color and an apple-red blush overlaid by a blanket of white dots. The tree is vigorous; yet, productive and consistent in its production. The flesh color is a deep yellow to orange and the flavor is rich, sweet and spicy, one of the classic mango flavors of the world. San Felipe is perfect for the home gardener searching for a taste of old Cuba, and bragging rights among his neighbors for the most beautiful of mango fruit. .....
Southern Blush
46. This variety produces gorgeous large fruit with a sweet, yet tart flavor. It has a firm texture and it never gets to overripe taste when left uneaten. Pick the fruit when you see a yellow color at its base. .....
Spirit of 76
47. The original tree was a Zill x Haden cross. Though Spirit of 76 did not gain commercial acceptance due to its soft flesh, it has been propagated as nurserystock and sold on a limited basis as a dooryard tree for home growers in Florida.The fruit is oblong in shape, with a rounded base and rounded apex that sometimes has a small lateral beak. It averages about a pound in weight at maturity. The skin color is yellow with red blush, and the flesh is yellow in color. It is completely fiberless with a rich, aromatic flavor, and contains a monoembryonic seed. The fruit ripen from June to July in Florida. The trees are moderately vigorous growers with spreading canopies. .....
Springfels
48. Springfels is a Haden seedling selected in West Palm Beach, Florida in 1925. The fruit is large, colorful, and of good eating quality. The tree has a low spreading habit but can attain heights over twenty feet. The fruit ripens from July to August. .....
Torbert
49. It is sometimes incorrectly spelled Torbet or Tolbert. Semi-dwarf, juicy & colorful mango. The original tree was grown from a seed planted on the property of Tommy Torbert in Goulds, Florida. Haden was the likely parent of Torbert. Torbert was re-introduced to the United States in 1981 from a Torbert tree that had been planted in Honduras. Fruit has a round, almost spherical shape, similar to the shape of the Cushman mango. The fruit average about a pound in weight at maturity. The skin is orange-yellow in color with red blush covering much of the skin. The skin is thick and the fruit handle well. The flesh is moderately fibrous and is yellow in color. It has a mildly sweet flavor and light aroma, and contains a polyembryonic seed.The fruit typically ripen from June to July in Florida. Torberts fruit production is considered good and consistent. The trees are moderately vigorous growers. .....
Valencia Pride
50. Valencia Pride is a Haden seedling selected and named in Florida in 1941. The tree is a vigorous large grower making it an excellent shade tree complemented by an exceptionally attractive fruit. The tree is forming a large, spreading, open canopy of 50 ft. The long, slender fruit have a pronounced S-shape. They are quite large, weighing from 21 to 32 oz. (600 - 900 g). The skin color is striking, having a yellow base color and a vivid crimson to dark red blush. The flesh is firm, melting, and juicy with a mild, and sweet flavor and little fiber. The fruiting season is July to August. This variety is recommended for dooryard planting because of its good eating quality and consistent production. .....
Van Dyke
51. Van Dyke is an eye catching Florida cultivar which enjoys wide acceptance throughout Europe. The fiberless fruit has a rich sweet flavor that is both spicy and sweet. Its excellent disease resistance is complemented by exceptional color. The original tree grew from a seed likely planted in the 1930s on the property of Mrs. Madeline Van Dyke in Miami, Florida. For decades the parentage of Van Dyke was unknown, though a 2005 pedigree analysis estimated that Haden was the likely parent. The fruit is of oval shape with a rounded base and a bluntly pointed apex. Most fruit will also contain a small lateral beak. They average under a pound at maturity, with smooth yellow skin color and bright red blush. The flesh is yellow with minimal fiber, and has a rich and sweet flavor and aroma. It contains a monoembryonic seed. The fruit typically ripen from June to July in Florida, and production is considered to be good. Van Dyke is moderately fungus resistant. Van Dyke trees are vigorous growers with open, spreading canopies. .....
Zill
52. Zill is a Haden seedling selected in Lake Worth , Florida in 1940. The fruit are born in clusters and have a tendancy to ripen all at the same time. The flesh is firm, juicy, and has a very pleasant aroma. The flavor is sweet having just a hint of pineapple. The fruit ripens from June to early July. .....
Sindhri
53. Sindhri which is also the national fruit of Pakistan is grown in Sindh, Pakistan. This mango is sharply elongated in shape and has a pointed curve. Because of its extreme sweetness and flavor it is also known as Honey Mango. The flesh of this mango is really soft and melts very quickly and due to this reason it cannot be stored for long and have to be eaten within 2 ? 3 days whenever purchased. When it comes to appearance, it is uniform in color and does not possess any spots. .....
Chaunsa
54. Chaunsa which is grown in Multan districts of Punjab in Pakistan is the fourth most popular breed of mango as it has a unique fragrance and extremely delicious taste. The flesh of this mango contains minimal amount of fiber and is exceptionally soft. This variety can be grown from early June to early September. It is pale yellow in color and is usually considered as a delight for all mango lovers. .....
Badami
55. Badami mango is grown in southern parts of India in the months of May, June and July and is exported all around the world. It is eaten both raw and is also consumed in the form of mango shakes. Because of its quality to fight diseases more effectively it is able to retain its freshness for longer time periods and is thus easily stored and exported. It has a soft flesh and it is often said that it when eaten cold then it is extraordinarily delicious. Also, its pale yellow color makes it all the more elegant and beautiful in looking. .....
Madame Francique
56. Madame Francique is also one of the top varieties of mangoes which is cultivated in Haiti and is famous by the name of Dessert Mango because of its traditional use in desserts. June and July is the ripening season of Madame Francique. This variety comes in varying colors which may be either light green or orange or slightly yellow. The rich, sweet and spicy taste of this mango makes it all the more best selling. The tree on which this mango is grown is one of the most popular trees of Haiti and that is why this mango variety is considered the best Caribbean variety of mangoes. .....
Kesar
57. Kesar is primarily grown in India and mostly in the state of Gujarat. It is usually small in size and has a round shape. It is the second most exported item because of its terrific sweetness. Though when it comes to appearance, it is dull and has patches of yellow color on it but when it is about the inside texture then it is really smooth and also have a nice fragrance with intense yellow flesh. The soft patches and compressed areas make this variety of mangoes really popular and favorite of most of the people around the world. .....
Banganapalli
58. Another fiberless cultivar grown in the South. This mango is Andhra Pradeshs prime variety, and those hailing from this state are fiercely loyal of this moderately juicy, yellow variety. .....
Saroli/Bombay Green
59. A popular variety in North India and Pakistan. Its one of the first mangoes to appear during the season. Sweet Bombay green mangos are packed with flavor. .....
Dashehari
60. Incredibly, 80 percent of the mangos cultivated in the North of India can be traced back to the 200-year-old Dashehari trees located in the village bearing its namesake. In this regard, Dashehari mangoes are one of the mother mango varieties in the country. Apparently the first tree was planted when a wandering mango tradesman threw a variety onto the ground in a fit of rage after getting into a fight with the monk who housed him. The community in Malihabad takes every efforts to preserve the heritage of these fantastic trees. And rightfully so, as its pulp is sweet and succulent. .....
Fazli
61. A mango originating in Bihar and West Bengal. This cultivar garnered controversy when India listed it as its own product. Countries list various products for trade purposes, which in turn affect marketing and pricing efforts. Bangladesh, a grower of Fazli mangoes, wasnt thrilled of Indias move. The country claims India may unfairly represent itself as the only supplier of this variety and dominate the market as a result. .....
Gulab Khas
62. This variety grows in Bihar and is known for its rosy flavor and its gorgeous blush. This cultivar is also the highlight of a story by a famous Indian author, Abul Fazl Siddiqi. In the story, he describes a mango contest held every five years in which the northern aristocracy judges the best new cultivar. In the end, the cultivar grown by a humble female gardener .....
Himsagar
63. A variety grown in West Bengal but not very well-known outside of this region. Its a thin-skinned cultivar with smooth, silky flesh and sweeter than most other varieties. The sugary pulp melts in the mouth. Himsagars come to season from mid June until the end of the month. An unfortunate short season for such a delectable variety. .....
Kishenbhog
64. This variety grows in North Bihar and sweet, but firm and fibrous. The fruit also plays a critical role in the gripping book, Balchanwa. A child recalls his father trespassing to take two kishenbhogs from an orchard. Ultimately the feudal owner of the mango tree lynches his father. .....
Langra
65. another variety that stirs great pride in Northern Indians. Its flesh is mildly fibrous and with a distinct turpentine taste. Langra also has a short season, lasting only from mid-July to the end of the month. Just as Dashehari mangos have a mother tree in Malihabad, a langra mother tree exists in Varanasi. This langra tree is believed to spawn many of Indias other mango varieties. The trees original owner was lame, and thus was born the name, langra. .....
Mankurad
66. This cultivar is the pride and joy of Goa. In fact, this fiberless, firm-fleshed variety often fetches a price significantly higher than the alphonso. In 2012 some buyers willingly purchased 12 early season mankurads at the price of $80 to $100. The quantity of fruits is heavily contingent on the temperature of the flowering period. Also, if the weather is too cold or hot during the tender stages, the fruits drop prematurely. .....
Neelam
67. a consistent, large-yielding variety growing thoughout India and Pakistan: Hyderabad in particular is famous for this variety. Neelams come to the markets in May and last until the end of June. David Davidar romanticizes this cultivar in his book, House of Blue Mangoes, when the character Daniel proclaims, Theres no question that the Chevathar Neelam is the greatest mango in the world. Now that we know that, we need to proclaim its glories far and wide. .....
Pairi
68. Grows thoughout Goa and coastal Maharashtra. Though the fruit doesnt keep well, its texture is fiberless and the taste is a delightful balance of sugar and acid. Its one of the best juicing mangos, even if mixing a more flavorful cultivar is common. Pairis have a mildly spicy aroma, and theyre best consumed when the fruit turns slightly yellow. .....
Totapuri
69. Its small green appearance and beak at the end of the fruit resembles a parrot, hence its name (as tota means parrot in Hindi). Unlike other cultivars, its acceptable to eat the skin of this variety. But, dont expect totapuris to be sweet like the other cultivars, either! This variety is a bit crunchy and tangy, best served with salt and chili powder. One could also pickle this cultivar quite easily. .....
Tommy Atkins
70. Hailing originally from Florida, Tommy Atkins is the most widely grown commercial variety coming into the United States. .....
Ataulfo
71. Ataulfos have a very small seed, so there is a high flesh to seed ratio. .....
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