The Keitt Mango (pronounced “kit”) is a commercial stalwart, and with good reason. Hardy, productive, with large and fine-tasting fruit. The fruit can remain on the tree for a considerable time, making the Keitt a late-season favorite. With its lanky, irregular shape, the vigorous-growing tree is not a beauty, but its many qualities more than make up for it.
Our Keitt was planted in June, 2014, and produced a nice home crop in 2017. It should be a good commerical producer within a couple of years.