DRAGONFRUIT YELLOW WITH WHITE FLESH EASY GROWING! GREAT FOR BEGINNERS! $2.20

NEW! DRAGONFRUIT YELLOW IS SUCCULENT AND SWEET, IT REALLY IS SOMETHING EXTRA SPECIAL! EASY TO GROW – GREAT FOR BEGINNERS!

Whenever someone tells me that they’re a black thumb, I often tell them to try dragonfruit. Also known as pitaya, dragonfruit is a hemi-epiphytic cactus that produces large and tasty fruits with coloured skin and a surprising flesh that’s peppered with tiny black seeds.

These seeds are really easy to germinate, and the patient gardener will one day be rewarded with a fruit bearing plant of their own!! Each fruit has hundreds of seeds, and almost every one of them has the potential to someday become a fruit bearing vine. Almost every single one of the seeds I planted have sprouted, and each of those seedlings is doing wonderfully to this day.

Even though they do well in the shade, they’ll never flower on a shady balcony and will eventually have to be trained up trellises in large containers in a warm and sunny spot.
Mixed seeds, plants generally have the pink flower but may have white, yellow or red.

Seeds can be brittle, so we give you 33% more seeds than quoted.

SMALL SIZED BLACK SEEDS, EASY TO SEE AND HANDLE. PLANT THESE AFTER THE LAST FROST AND KEEP THEM WARM – LOOK UP THE RIGHT TIME TO PLANT IN YOUR AREA BEFORE STARTING.

Grow Notes
Plant in full sun in well-draining soils.

Sow
Raise seedlings in Spring in seed starter or cactus soil mix, planting at 5mm depth.

Cover with a plastic, the cover will retain moisture and warmth.

Keep soil moist but never wet.

The tiny seedlings emerge with two glossy leaflets, and the stems will slowly begin to grow in their community pot until they need to be divided. New offshoots will begin to form at the bases of the stems.

Gently untangle the mass of cacti and potted most of them up individually. Even though they do well in the shade, they’ll never flower on a shady balcony and will eventually have to be trained up trellises in large containers in a warm and sunny spot.

Germination
14-21 days at 18-25°C

Maturity
Seed-grown dragon fruit trees may take up to seven years to fruit, and the plant might not look like the parent plant.

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