This mango is from Thailand, and has earned a reputation for flowering and fruiting in the off-season when most mangos have no fruit. Despite this reputation, most Chokanon trees have larger summer crops and don’t always fruit in the winter.
It is a small, oblong shaped yellow fruit with a small amount of fiber in its flesh, containing a polyembryonic seed. It is a Thai-type flavor with honeyed sweetness.
The trees tend to be fairly productive and anthracnose resistant. They’re medium growers with a spreading growth habit.
Chokanon is an early season mango in Florida ripening primarily from June to July.