Regular price $38.00 - Sold out

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Walk in Hours - effective JULY 17,  2023
Saturday - OPEN 10-1
Sunday - CLOSED,

Monday - CLOSED, 
Tuesday - CLOSED,
Wednesday - CLOSED
Thursday - CLOSED
Friday - CLOSED

Mauritius Lychee - This Lychee is our most popular variety

Sweet Heart Lychee (Limited) - This Lychee is our premium variety - small seed

Brewster Lychee (Limited)


Due to limited lychee production during the last 2 seasons and overall cost increases across the board (labor, fertilizer, shipping material, and shipping charges) our prices will be higher than previous years. Additionally a large number of our lychee trees have been trimmed due to the Erinose mite which is affecting many lychee orchards in Florida. This has further affected the production of lychee. We will periodically update our web page for available quantities.

To ensure the highest quality our lychees are picked the same day. All shipments are sent overnight via Fedex  - Monday through Wednesday. Orders received after Tuesday will be shipped the following week. To ensure freshness, we use insulated material with ice pack on all our shipments (for more information - view our shipping section)

Thanks to all of you who continue to support us! We are looking forward to seeing some of you this year and in the future.

Naga Gardens


About Lychees 

Lychee is a subtropical fruit originating in South China. The lychee fruit is about 1½ to 2 inches in size, with bumpy red skin and an oval to rounded heart-shape. Once the peel is removed, the flesh of lychee fruit is white or pinkish, translucent and glossy like the consistency of a grape. Lychee fruit is high in the antioxidant Vitamin C and essential mineral Potassium

Frequently-asked questions (FAQ)

When is lychee season?
In the South-Florida region—where we grow our lychees—the season is from late May to early July.

Which lychees varieties do you grow?
Brewster lychees, Mauritius lychees, and a limited quantity of Sweetheart lychees. The majority of what we grow are the Mauritius variety.

The Sweetheart lychees we grow are currently only sold locally and for an additional cost. We may offer these online in the future.  

Can I order a specific lychee variety?
Sorry, we aren't allowing online orders to specify lychee variety right now.

Can I pick lychees myself at the farm?
Unfortunately, during lychee season, activity on the farm is in high gear. It would be too challenging for us to also handle guests picking lychees during that time.

More frequently-asked questions

How to pronounce lychee?
The typical American pronunciation is lee-chee.
That is in contrast to the British pronunciation, which is lai-chee.
And lastly, there is the Chinese pronunciation. 
What’s the difference between lychee and litchi?
They are the same fruit. Both words come from Chinese, but lychee comes from the Cantanose word for the fruit while litchi comes from the Mandarin word for it. Interesting, huh? 
How to eat lychees?

That's right. This ain't no grape. You can't just pop ‘em. You gotta peel them, but like everyone else who has tried lychee, you are going to soon start to wonder how do I get as many of these things inside my mouth as fast as humanly possible? 

The trick is to not peel the whole thing—just peel off half the shell. Then use the other half as a holder, and bring the lychee to your mouth, then squeeze. Yum. Now do that 500 more times.

NOTE: Definitive how-to-eat-a-lychee video coming soon.

Can you freeze lychees?
Absolutely! You can put them in a ziplock freezer bag and toss them in the freezer. They will stay good for 6-12 months. When you are ready to eat them, let them thaw and then enjoy.

What else can you do with lychees?

There’s a bunch. You can use them in cooking. You can make a mango lychee smoothie. You can make a lychee cocktail, like a lychee martini. There's lychee sake or a lychee sake-tini.

How about trying Lychee Ceviche served at our favorite restaurant STAGE Kitchen & Bar in Palm Beach Gardens.

What are the benefits of lychee?
They generally help with contentment with one’s existence as a human being. Side effects may include intense pleasure and overwhelming good taste.  
What does lychee taste like? 
It is a combination of sweet and tart but with an additional element that is not describable—a flavor that is unique to lychees. One can only experience it to truly know. :) 

Where to buy lychees?
Well.... you can of course go to your local Asian grocery store and pick some up. Maybe even your local mainstream grocery store has them in stock occasionally. Those are nice introductions to the fruit. However, nothing compares to getting fresh lychees delivered to you. 
The bright red color and full taste are simply incomparable. So when lychee season comes around, we suggest you order from us. And if you want more proof just see our reviews on Google. You’re going to wish you ordered more.