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Hylocereus undatus - Dragon Fruit


Hylocereus undatus - Dragon Fruit (Hylocereus undatus - Dragon Fruit)

There's many large fruit-bearing dragon fruit vines at the San Diego Zoo. Photo taken at the San Diego Zoo on Jan. 6, 2014.



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You'll be pleased to know that the little piece I brought home from Greece is just starting to show a shoot....lol..:>)

8 Jan, 2014

 

Milky:

That's great! It can grow pretty fast even in a little pot.

10 Jan, 2014

 

My neighbor across the street has a big row of those. You get the large white Epi flowers and big pink fruit. They are big and heavy plants though..snapping cuttings under their own weight many times.

31 Aug, 2014

 

I have a 13 year old plant in the front yard. It rarely fruits. Although, it has two fruits on it right now. It does bloom heavily every year, though.

Dragon fruit vines are very common here. I've posted several photos of dragon fruit plants.

31 Aug, 2014



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