This mango is from Hawaii, and we are not sure whether this is synonymous with ‘Smith-Haden’ or ‘Smith-Wooten’, which are distinct Hawaiian cultivars. It is a different variety from the Florida ‘Smith’ grown commercially in Bokeelia though.
We planted our Hawaiian Smith in 2016 after obtaining a tree directly from Hawaii and it has flowered enthusiastically indicating precocity.
The fruit has been small, oval shaped developing beautiful crimon red blush. The flesh is orange, fiberless with a paper-thin seed. Smith's flavor is in the classic group and comparable to mangos like Bailey's Marvel, Maya and Ah Ping.
It appears to be an early or mid-season mango in south Florida.
Country: Hawaii - USA