One of our favorite fruits is mango. Starting around March our eyes are on the trees above, looking for the clusters of tiny yellow mango flowers. Then we start praying that the winds won’t blow them away, and we wait for the mangoes of spring to emerge.Mango has a sweet smell and is deliciously syrupy.
Right about now, the trees are bursting with mango, some of them ready to eat, but most are not. Before long, Punahou School will put out its cry for mangoes and mango chutney makers, getting ready for the carnival next February.
But we love the smell of Mango, too. It is in our Mango Coconut floral collection and also in our Poi Dog Island Mango Shampoo.