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

41 comments:

  1. I do not see papaya on the list. Any chance of some this year?

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  2. hello
    will you be open 2-4 on Memorial Day?
    thank you

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    1. Yes, we will be open Memorial Day, 12-2pm.

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  4. Hi do you ship your mangoes? I live in Atlanta.

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    1. Not this year and no plans to ship next year either. Sorry.

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  5. What is the cost for the mangoes and do we get a chance to pick mangoes for ourselves.

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    1. We sell most mango varieties for $2 per pound.
      About once each month we will offer a fruit picking tour. The cost is $2 per person plus the cost of the fruit you pick. For all other times, we pick the fruit.

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  6. Just stumbled on your Youtube video and the link sent me to your blog. Wanted to stop by this saturday, if your open what are your hours. also are your Longan ready for sale and do you sell any kent or keith mangoes? By any chance do you sell Rambutans? Thanks.

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  7. Through August we will be open Monday 12-2, Wednesday 4-6, Thursday 2-4, and Saturday 9-noon.
    Longan is months away. We don't grow Rambutan. We grow Kent and Keitt Mangos, but they aren't ripe yet.

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  8. We have many lychee trees. Unfortunately we have not had lychee fruit for 2 years. Warm winters were the problem. We hope next winter is just cold enough to have a wonderful lychee season in June 2014.

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  9. still checking on conflicts...
    The next Fruit Picking Tour will probably be July 21. I'll confirm later this weekend.

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  10. what are your hours? is longan in season? How far is it from fort lauderdale? Im visiting fort on july 30th

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  11. We will not be open July 30 since it is a Tuesday.
    Our hours are Monday 12-2, Wednesday 4-6, Thursday 2-4, and Saturday 9am-noon.
    Longan season is in the fall. This year our longan crop will be small.

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  12. I'm a middle school science teacher in Delray Beach (Carver Middle School - IB program. I'm fascinated by your claim of such mango variety. I'll be stopping by to see you on Saturday, July 20th.

    I'm known as Oz

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  13. The fruit-picking tour will be tomorrow, July 21, at 4pm. Please arrive a few minutes early because we close the gate at 4pm.
    Sorry for any confusion about the timing of the tour.

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  14. Can you tell me anything about the Pina Colada Mango trees I have heard of...such as growth height, type of mango trees that were grafted to make this particular variety, any other info?
    I can't find much about it.

    Thanks!

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  15. I believe that variety was developed by Gary Zill.
    Perhaps posting your question on Tropical Fruit Forum would elicit more information.

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  16. Wow! You guys have jaboticaba?!! I'm from Brazil and that is the only place I thought had that fruit. We even have a festival for that fruit in my city :D

    Do you know when is the season for it?

    Thank you!

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  17. Jaboticaba fruits several times a year, depending on weather. Right now none of our Jaboticaba are fruiting.

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  18. Please consider shipping your tropical fruits. I live in the Midwest & these are hard to buy here. :)

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    1. We are considering experimenting with shipping. If the fruit doesn't arrive in great condition, we won't ship. The main risk with shipping mangos is the summer heat.

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  19. Hello. I am planning a trip to Florida this february and am wondering when your tour will be? Any chance it will be sometime between the 12th and 16th?

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  20. We might be able to arrange a tour for that weekend. I'll try to announce tours well in advance.

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  21. Hi Chris, it's been a while. What's new and ripe? will you be open this december?

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  24. Hi, my family and I will be visiting Florida for 2 weeks this summer from July 22 -Aug 5, 2014. Do you plan on having any tours during this time? Also, can you tell which fruits would be ripen enough for picking during this time? Thanks you!

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  25. We have not set our fruit tour dates yet, but we plan to offer tours one Sunday a month during mango season. I will try to schedule and post the tour dates sometime before May.
    In late July we should have a nice selection of mangos. Jak fruit, carambola and sugar apple might also be available.

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  26. Hi, can you ship mango trees to Azores Islands?

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  27. Chris, I stopped by to talk to you with my brother three years ago. Jim Eckler is a friend of mine; we come down from NC each June/July to pick mangoes.

    This year my wife and I will be in the area the second week of June, for the 50th reunion of the Seacrest High School class of 1964. Since this is a little earlier than when my brother and I come down, I'm hoping that there will be some lychees available then. Does that look possible? Also, did this winter's weather affect the mangoes the way it did last year? Are the mangoes looking to be early or later than "normal" (whatever that is)? We're hoping to stop by your place to get some different varieties of mangoes this year. Thanks for the info.

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  28. I hope to have lychees then. A couple of our lychee trees have a lot of fruit, but it still needs to grow a lot.
    The mango crop is sort of normal this year... most of our production will be in June and July

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  29. Hi Chris, I want to buy a Mallika mango tree. Do you have this for sale?
    I need a small, disease resistant, strong aroma mango and based on the research Mallika comes closest. Can you recommend something else.
    I am hoping for something that may bear as early as next season.

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  30. Mallika is an excellent mango. We have that and about 25 other varieties in stock. I'll be happy to review your situation and preferences with you to determine if there are any other varieties to consider.
    We Mallika in 3 and 7 gallon containers. To increase your chances of getting fruit next season, plant it as soon as possible and keep it watered and fed throughout the summer.

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  31. Hi Chris
    I really love your site Its really cool with a wealth of info I have this small ? I would like to ask which local variety that you grow is close to the Anwar Ratol and Chaunsa Mango

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  32. I have not tasted either of those mango varieties, but I know my customers from India and Pakistan love 'Carrie' mango.

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  33. Hi, I just wanted to know if you are open this Friday, July 4th? and if so, what are the timings?

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