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  • alphonso

    alphonso

    "ALPHONSO" IS A TRADITIONAL INDIAN MANGO RENOWNED FOR IT'S RICH FLAVOR AND SMOOTH TEXTURE. WHEN RIPE THE SKIN IS GREENISH YELLOW TO YELLOW AND PULP IS DEEP ORANGE AND HIGHLY AROMATIC. THE TREES TOLERATE THE ABUNDANT RAIN AND HIGH HUMIDITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA VERY WELL WHICH IS SOMEWHAT UNUSUAL FOR TRADITIONAL INDIAN TYPES. THIS MAKES THE TREE A GOOD PRODUCER OF HIGH QUALITY FRUIT TYPICALLY WEIGHING 0.5-0.75 LBS AND RIPENING IN LATE JUNE TO JULY.

  • choc- anon

    choc- anon

    "CHOC-ANON", ALSO KNOWN AS THE MIRACLE MANGO, IS A THAILAND 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. 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. THE FRUIT RIPENS FROM NOVEMBER-JANUARY AND SOMETIMES JULY AS WELL.

  • KEITT

    KEITT

    "KEITT" IS A FLORIDA SELECTION WHICH HAS BECOME ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST OUTSTANDING MANGOS. EXCELLENT EATING QUALITY, DISEASE RESISTANCE, PRODUCTIVITY, AND RIPENING TIME ARE SOME OF THE FEATURES OF THIS FOUR TO FIVE POUND GOLIATH. WHILE THE FRUIT ARE EXTREMELY DISEASE RESISTANT, THE JUVENILE TREES ARE EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO GROW DUE TO DISEASE PROBLEMS. FOR THAT REASON WE HAVE SUSPENDED PRODUCTION. THE FRUIT RIPENS FROM AUGUST TO OCTOBER.

  • KENT

    KENT

    "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.

  • NAMDOKMAI

    NAMDOKMAI

    "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 AND COMPLETELY FIBERLESS, AND IS BORN ON A TREE SUITABLE FOR A SMALL BACKYARD. THE FRUIT RIPENS FROM JUNE TO JULY.

  • TOMMY ATKINS

    TOMMY ATKINS

    "TOMMY ATKINS" IS ANOTHER HADEN SEEDLING SELECTED HERE IN FLORIDA. IT HAS BECOME THE MOST EXTENSIVELY PLANTED EXPORT MANGO IN THE NEW WORLD AND IT IS THE BENCHMARK OF THE COMMERCIAL MANGO INDUSTRY. ITS COLOR, DISEASE RESISTANCE AND STORAGE QUALITIES APPEAL TO MERCHANTS AND CONSUMERS WORLDWIDE. THE FRUIT RIPENS JUNE TO JULY.

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Fruit Trees

A fruit tree is a tree which bears fruit that is consumed or used by humans and some animals — all trees that are flowering plants produce fruit, which are the ripened ovaries of flowers containing one or more seeds. In horticultural usage, the term ‘fruit tree’ is limited to those that provide fruit for…

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Wholesale and Retail

Wholesaling, jobbing, or distributing is the sale of goods or merchandise to retailers; to industrial, commercial, institutional, or other professional business users; or to other wholesalers and related subordinated services. In general, it is the sale of goods to anyone other than a standard consumer.

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