This mango is the national pride of Indonesia, where it is native and quite popular among Indonesians. The spelling can vary, sometimes written as ‘Harumanis’.
The fruit are oblong, turning a light yellow at maturity, though in the interior they tend to stay green even when ripe. The flesh is an orange color, fiberless, and relatively mild-sweet in flavor, containing a polyembryonic seed.
The tree has grown relatively slowly for us and has a manageable growth habit. The fruit mature in June and July.
We have discovered that Aromanis is highly prone to bacterial black spot and rot of the fruit.