Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden will once again celebrate the mango at the 21st Annual International Mango Festival. Over the two days of the festivities, they will celebrate the mango as an object of beauty and admiration, a subsistence crop for the people and as a niche and mainstream commercial fruit of the future. Mango experts and enthusiasts of the world will gather at Fairchild for formal learning inÂ the Growerâ€™s Summit 2013, which will deliver specific recommendations on varieties and directions for growing the mango in the Americas. Two full days of mango festivities will feature a wide range of products, ideas and of course the star ofÂ the show, the mango itself in all its glory. Mangos have been collected from the far reaches of the globe and nurtured in South Florida, following in the footsteps of David Fairchild, the most venerable mango collector of them all. Mangos in every culinary creation, work of art and on every flat surface. Visit the festival to shop Curator Choice mango trees and fresh fruit, enjoy mango lectures and smoothies, view the world’s largest display of mangos, take part in the world’s only mango auction and buy mango merchandise and botanical art. There will also be mango culinary demonstrations,a one of a kind mango brunch, a fantastic International Fruit Market and fun activities for kids.