Florida-grown Kent mango now available! 🥭
There is a good reason South Florida is well-known for its mangos.
Not only are there many people here growing varieties from all over the world, but there are also many varieties that originated here!
The original Kent mango tree was planted from a Brooks mango seed in Coconut Grove (a historic neighborhood in Miami) Florida on the property of Leith D. Kent in 1932.
A pedigree analysis determined this Brooks seedling was cross-pollinated with a Haden cultivar.
Kent is a medium-sized late-season variety with a delicious sweet flavor and smooth fiberless texture.
What’s in Season:
Tamarillo (tree tomato)