Angie (mango)

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Photo of Angie mangoes taken at the 2010 International Mango Festival at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Miami, Florida.

The 'Angie' mango is a named mango cultivar that originated in south Florida.


'Angie' was selected due to its relatively small growth habit, rich and complex flavor, and good disease resistance.[1] It was named after Angie Whitman, wife of Bill Whitman and a trustee of the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. 'Angie' was included as a Curator's Choice mango for the Fairchild Garden's 2010 mango festival. It was among several mangoes recommended by Fairchild's Curator of Tropical Fruit, Dr. Richard Campbell, for home growers.[2]


'Angie' fruit is yellow to orange in color at maturity, and average about 400 grams in weight. The flavor is rich and sweet.

The trees are considered semi-dwarf and easy to manage through pruning.


  1. ^ "Curator's Choice Mangos". Retrieved 2010-06-16. 
  2. ^ Tropical, Fairchild (2009-09-13). "It's time to adapt our mango-growing ways to South Florida - Gardening". Retrieved 2010-06-16. [dead link]