Keitt is a late-season, semi-dwarf variety with large, highly coloured fruit. Keitt originated in Florida as an open pollinated seedling of Mulgoba, which was first selected in 1939. Keitt is grown commercially in many mango exporting countries, such as the USA, Israel, Mexico and South Africa.
Plant your Keitt Mango in full sun with at least 8 hours of direct sunlight, favoring the morning sun to dry the foliage. Mangos will benefit from a location with good air movement in the winter to help avoid damage from cold temperatures.