Address and Phone

Truly Tropical
2750 Seacrest Blvd.
Delray Beach, FL
561-278-7754



Our fruit is organically grown. 

Mangos comprise about 90% of the fruit we sell.  We grow more than forty varieties of mango.

We also grow lychee, longan, carambola (star fruit), caimito (star apple), jaboticaba, barbados cherry, miracle fruit, coconut, sugar apple, atemoya, black sapote, mamey sapote, avocado, and jak fruit. 

We sell fruit trees, and encourage everyone who has a little space to plant a tree.
  
Peak season for mangos is June and July.  Lychees ripen in June.



DIRECTIONS:
Exit I-95 at Woolbright Road in Boynton Beach
Go East to first traffic light
Turn Right at traffic light (Seacrest Blvd)
Go South 2 miles
Look for "Delray Beach City Limits" sign.  This is in front of our chainlink fence.
Turn Right into driveway

9 comments:

  1. Please let me know when you start shipping mango. I live in Vermont.

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  2. hi, I'm wondering if you accept any volunteers to work on your farm?

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  3. And one Sapodilla did not ripe after 10 days bought from your farm. Hard as a rock.

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    1. Just replace any unsatisfactory fruit the next time you come to the farm, even if it's next year.

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  4. Im salivating over the Sugar Apples and Sapote, was just down there last week from NJ wish I had discoverd then.
    I need a shipment bad, willing to pay premium.

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  5. Will be down this Saturday, what will be in season?

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  6. La naturaleza es tan bondadosa que a pesar que nos han vendido veneno nos sigue bendiciendo con sus frutos. Desde Venezuela donde el Mango crece en todas las casas. Saludos! Nature is so kind, that although deceived us with poison, continues to bless us with its fruits. From Venezuela where Mango grows in all households. Greetings!

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  7. Do you have ImamPasand aka Himayat Variety of Mango in the orchard ?

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  8. Are you open this weekend March 19th

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