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Mango - Mixed Box (Coming May 2019)

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SPECIAL BOX OF 6-9 REDLAND RAISED RARE VARIETIES OF MANGOES (7-9 lbs)

We will begin offering this special box of mangoes again in May of 2019!

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SPECIAL BOX OF 7-9 REDLAND RAISED MIXED VARIETIES OF MANGOES

The 2018 Season for this mixed box of rare mangoes should run between Mid-June to Early-August

This special box contains around 7-9 mangoes and includes a mixed variety of rare specimens. Each box is a surprise and will give you a chance to taste some of the rarest mangoes in the world.

This is the unbelievable list of what you might find in your box! NOTE: WE CANNOT PROVIDE A SPECIFIC SELECTION, ALL BOXES WILL BE MIXED AND MARKED AS TO THE CULTIVAR.

Alfonso
Martin
Alice
Mesk
Ameeri
Miami Late
Anderson
Mon Tong
Reasoner
Mulgoba
Baliey’s Marvel
Nam Tam Teen
Baptiste
Nom Doc Mai
Besennara
No. 11
Beverly
Ono
Bombay Green
Ott
Borsha
Paheri
Brander
Palmer
Brooks
Parris
Bullocks Heart
Pascual
Burgner
Peach
Cambodiana
Pettigrew
Carabao
Phillipine
Carabao
Pillsbury
Carrie
Pope
Cushman
Pruter
Daid
Reasoner
Dot
Red Itamaraca
Duncan
Rockdale Saigon
Edward
Rosigold
Edward x Earle
Royal Special
Edward x Kent
Ruby
Eldon
Saber
Ewais
Safeda Lucknow
Fascell
Saigon
Florigon
Ford
Four-way Bombay
Red Seedling
Sandersha
Gadoeng
Sandersha Sdlg
Glazier
Scuppernong
Glenn
Sensation
Gola
Sensation (Akbar)
Golden Lippens
Sandersha
Gouveia
Smith
Graham
Sprinfels
Graham
Sophie Fry
Haden
Stringless Peach
Harris
Toledo
Herman
Tommy Atkins
Himsagar
Tong Dam
Hindi
Tong Dam
Hodson
Tuehau
Honc Cambodian
Turpentine
Irwin
Turpentine
Itamaraca
Valencia Pride
Joellen
Vallenato
Julie
Van Dyke
Kala Keht
Wally
Keitt
Webber
Kensington Pride
Zebda
Kent
Zill
Kyo Savoy
Langra Benarsi
Lathrop
Lippens
Lucille
Madame Francis
Mallika
Mamme
Manzano

Worldwide, hundreds of mango cultivars exist. In mango orchards, multiple cultivars are often grown together to improve cross-pollination. Many varieties are grown in South Florida, though only around 30 are well known.

The mango is a juicy stone fruit (drupe) cultivated mostly for edible fruit. The ripe fruit varies in size and color. Cultivars are variously yellow, orange, red, or green, and carry a single flat, oblong pit that can be fibrous or hairy on the surface, and which does not separate easily from the pulp. Ripe, unpeeled mangoes give off a distinctive resinous, sweet smell. Inside the pit is a thin lining covering a single seed, around 1.6–2.8 in long.

Fresh mango contains a variety of nutrients but only vitamin C and folate are in significant amounts of the Daily Value as 44% and 11%, respectively.

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