This mango was reported by the person who grew it (Frances Hargrave) to be a Haden seedling, but it almost certainly has Keitt in its parentage based on its growth, foliage and fruiting habit. Selected in Miami, this mango received some attention for being promoted by the Fairchild Mango Festival.
It has a lanky growth habit with large leaves reminiscent of Keitt. It’s a good producer of medium-sized, yellowish elyptically-shaped fruit with fiberless flesh that have a mild sweet flavor comparable to Glenn. The seed is monoembryonic.
Anthracnose resistance appears to be reasonably good and the tree would fruit in Loxahatchee Groves under high disease pressure. We took budwood from this tree and planted another in West Palm Beach in 2017. Frances Hargrave is a mid-season mango ripening mainly in July.