HATCHER MANGO HILL
1908 Hypoluxo Road * P. O. Box  3168 * Lantana, Florida 33462

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ADOPT A HATCHER MANGO TREE

We now have the most adorable little Hatcher mango trees ready for adoption!  These genuine Hatcher mango trees have been specially grafted from their parents here in our Hatcher grove and it won't be long until they will carry on the family tradition of many beautiful Hatcher mangoes of their own.  Maybe in your backyard, we'll see!

These stately young Hatcher trees are at their best size for adoption right now.  They are healthy and happy and ready to be adopted by a loving, caring family!  The trees are anxious to get their "toes" into the ground so they can stretch out to grow and enjoy their new home.

When you are ready to adopt, please click on the TREE LIST so you can add your name to our waiting list.  We will contact you to set up an appointment to come to the grove and choose which Hatcher tree will be yours to adopt and take home.

ADD ME TO ADOPT-A-TREE LIST

Exclusive Hatcher Mango Trees are Available for adoption at the grove and are filled from our TREE LIST only.  They are for pickup by appointment and cannot be shipped.

Letter from HOPE the newly adopted HATCHER MANGO TREE


 

Dear Mother Hatcher:

I just wanted to show you that Auntie Toni Lee planted me on Thanksgiving eve.  She even built a moat around me so that the water would stay for me to drink. She is watering every day.

She sprinkled the tablespoons of fertiliser that you gave her,  and I have over 20 feet in all directions to grow.  I am full sun! I plan on being a very BIG HATCHER MANGO tree some day.

Happy Thanksgiving, and if you think of any advice for Auntie T., just send it along, as she sure will need LOTS of help.  I am her first tree and she is very nervous and keeps me company quite a lot during the day, telling me how lovely I look in her back yard.  

Love, HOPE

Marilynn,

My husband and I wanted to take a moment to thank you and your family for the Hatcher Mango tree that we just purchased to plant in our yard.  Since moving to Florida from the Northeast we have found that there are mangos and then there are "Hatcher Mangos".  The normal mango is 70% pit and 30% fruit.  The reason why we fell in love with the Hatcher Mango is because it is only 70% fruit and 30% pit (the "Hatcher Secret").  Now we are excited to watch the tree grow and product for our family years and years of great mangos. Thank you again.

  --Judi and Bob Sibulkin, Atlantis

 

The Hatcher Mango was chosen as superior Florida mangoes by Slow Food and listed in their Ark of Taste.

    

The US Ark of Taste is a catalog of over 200 delicious foods in danger of extinction.

 

 

HATCHER  MANGO  HILL

1908  Hypoluxo  Road

P. O. Box  3168

Lantana,  FL  33465

www.hatchermangohill.com