You will be happy with any of these mangos.
Most mangos fruit in June and July. If you have more than one tree, consider getting early or late varieties to extend the season.
Just about any mango you grow yourself is far superior to supermarket mangos. Here’s why
Here are few video descriptions by Dr. Jonathan Crane at TREC of some popular mango cultivars: . (overviewharvesting) Carrie † Soft, fiber-less, excellent sweet flavor Cushman July-August Edward † Excellent flavor, shy producer without micronutrients Julie Favorite in Jamaica, for good reason. Highly susceptible to Anthracnose in FL. . alternative: Ruby & Graham taste a lot like Julie, but are more disease resistant. Keitt August-October, huge fruit, juvenile trees have disease problems. Kent July-August, large tree, very productive Mallika ⊕ † Usually picked mature green and ripened in a warm area for best flavor. . (Good if you have drive-by raiders. Shhh, they won’t know they’re ready.)
Some excellent fiber-less mango cultivars: Coconut Cream Tastes like coconut cream pie, though production isn’t as good as Pickering. Lemon Zest † *Lemon Meringue † * is incredible, “Lemon Zest” is more…zesty. Orange Sherbet† Oh my … another top-tier mango from Zill.
Extend the season with these small trees:
Rosigold ⊕ Mid to late March Angie ⊕ * Beautiful red tint, intense mango flavor. Early.
Pictures and ratings on Pine Island Mango Variety Viewer (Great pics by Ian Maguire) . A word of caution about the Variety Viewer. Some of their recommendations are off base. . Young / Tebow does not compare well to Edward in MHO; Lancitilla is not a small tree.