Erickson Farm

Premium tropical fruits are our specialty at Erickson Farm. A family owned and operated farm since 1911, we cultivate 60 acres of which 40 are mango. Come visit our farm market or order fruit shipped directly to your home or office. We are pleased to offer quality fruit for the demanding fruit lover.

In addition to mango we also grow avocado, carambola, lychee, longan, papaya, and sapodilla. We also provide mango leaves and paan (or betel leaf) to the Asian communities. During the winter months we supply vegetables to local restaurants.

Everything we sell is grown right here in Florida. We are not organic, however our crop management practices are nature friendly. We focus heavily on growing strong, healthy crops through proper cultivation techniques and carefully monitored plant nutrition.

Listing last updated on Jul 4, 2011

Looking for really delicious tropical fruit? At Erickson Farm we spend years selecting the best cultivars of each type of fruit we grow. Sure it is important that the trees produce well in our climate, and it is a plus if the fruit is pretty, but most important is the taste!

We love to get to know our customers. Find "Erickson Farm" on Facebook and let us know what you like.



Schedule and Location:

Farm Market Open 10am to 6pm Sunday - Friday
Closed Saturday



Latest Reviews


Have had these mangoes on several occasions and they are delicious! Wonderfully juicy and great color. Have also received them in the mail. They are packaged very well and traveled great, so I can definitely recommend having them shipped if you're not local. Great mangoes and good people. Check them out!


We received a box of these Mangos as a gift. My daughter and I absolutely loved them. They were huge and delicious! The store bought mangos don't hold a candle to these.... [more]


Tried those store bought Mangos and they were awful!! Ordered Mangoes from Erickson's Farm and they were awesome!!!! Sooo HUGE and juicy and they taste great!! Great buy and they make great gifts.... [more]

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