Ivory is from Thailand where it is also known as ‘Nang Klang Wan’. It is believed to be one of the parents of the Maha Chanok mango.
The fruit are long-oblong in shape, medium-sized, turning greenish-yellow at maturity.
The flesh is light in color, is *very* sweet, fiberless, and somewhat insipid. It has a flavor we would liken to sugar cane. The seed is very thin and polyembryonic.
The trees are vigorous growers with vertical growth habit, and are not precocious at all, taking a while to go into production. They do produce well once they reach that point however.
Ivory is a mid-season mango in Florida maturing late-June into July.