Madame Francis is from Haiti, and is the most popular and commonly grown mango in the country, seeing considerable commercial acreage.
The fruit are slightly oblong-kidney shaped, medium sized, and turn solid yellow at maturity.
The orange colored flesh contains a polyembryonic seed and has some fiber, which can range from minimal to high depending on the amount of nitrogen its receiving. The flavor is quite rich, sweet and wonderfully strong, with some spice notes but not particularly resinous. The trees are vigorous growers with open, spreading canopy.
Anthracnose of the flowers is a problem with Madame Francis in the interior but it produces quite well in coastal regions.
They require minimal stimulus to bloom and are an early season mango in south Florida, usually ripening from June to July