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Dragon Fruit (Hylocereus undatus)


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

This is the fruit from my dragonfruit vine. It was very sweet and delicious. Photo taken Oct. 27, 2015.



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Amazing...

3 Nov, 2015

 

It's one of those miracle fruits.

3 Nov, 2015

 

Really!!

4 Nov, 2015

 

Yes, if you read about them they have lots of vitamins and tons of anti-oxidants. So it's considered a "miracle" fruit. :>))

4 Nov, 2015

 

Its a good selling point!! lol

4 Nov, 2015

 

It's commercially grown in San Diego County. There's huge acreage of dragon fruit (or Pitaya) grown in Mexico.

5 Nov, 2015

 

We can buy most exotic fruit over here, I will look out for it! not that it will taste anything like its fresh counterpart!!

5 Nov, 2015

 

Good luck! :>)

I think it's a fruit which stores pretty well. I've never purchased one before from the store, even though I've seen it for sale at the grocery store.

5 Nov, 2015

 

Stunning I can see why they call it a dragon fruit now.

21 Jul, 2017

 

Thanks! :>)) Yes, there's a real reason why it's called dragon fruit. lol!

21 Jul, 2017

 

lol Andy is it because they come from Wales or Chinese then ha ha.

22 Jul, 2017



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