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    Tucked away in a quiet section of Coconut Grove, lives what might be the first Haden mango tree in Miami, but that's still up for debate.

Tucked away in a quiet section of Coconut Grove, lives what might be the first Haden mango tree in Miami, but that's still up for debate. C.M. Guerrero Miami Herald
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