Fruit Showcase Red and white dragon fruit plants

Other Names
Pitaya
Basic Growing Tips
Can be grown all year (under certain conditions), Best grown in warmer conditions

DTK

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Hi Spector,
Prior to this year I was not familiar with Dragon Fruit. I am not a huge fan of succulents / cactus looking plants, but some discussion on this forum raised my interest. I was given some cuttings by another SSC member and I have also purchased some now so they are in the ground. I am keen to watch their development and will be keen to see information posted in this thread. Thanks for raising it.