I like plants, and I can't help but to notice mango trees are already flowering for spring. Since I moved to Puerto Rico I noticed trees flower in January, but this year they flowered in November.
Global warming? A rainy dry season? Who knows?
The trees in my back yard have yet to flower. They give us 2 great crops a year. We have the typical mango here, and I believe they're called Bombay Gold. They're sweet and tasty. We dehydrate them (with lemon and honey), make jams, and smoothies. I'm growing pineapple mangoes, but they've yet to produce fruit.