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Old July 7, 2016   #1
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Default Fairchild Mango Fest

If you are in the area and want some relief from this 90 plus humidity and heat.Next to and running even are Mangoes and maters as a favorite food.The auction is a must see for the availability and purchase of some of the best grafted trees and mangoes.

[url]http://www.fairchildgarden.org/mango-brunch-e-blast[/url]
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Old July 7, 2016   #2
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That sounds like so much fun. I have to talk to hubs about it. I love Fairchild, but it is seriously hot out now. I am turning into a wimp. I want a Nam Doc Mai tree, they get a 5 out of 5 in 4 of the five categories, and a 4 rating in the 5th one. Also earlier than my Kent mangoes.
Kurt, do you have any mango trees? What varieties?
I agree, I think I like mangoes just maybe even a bit more than tomatoes. Not the store bought fiber filled things that send you running for the floss though.
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We have,all from Fairchild.
2 Ice Cream
2 Glenn
1 Keit
2 Rosigold
1 Cushman
The Cushman,Keit,Rosigold are late season(end Sept.),rest are done.
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