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Hylocereus undatus - Dragon Fruit


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

Dragon fruit is widely grown here. It grow up into trees and on walls and gets pretty large over 30 feet long. The fruit is suppose to have a lot of healing properties and is high in anti-oxidants.



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It looks like a type of cactus.

22 Oct, 2008

 

Thanks, as always, for the detailed description accompanying each of your super photos. Interesting that this one has such healing properties. :o)

22 Oct, 2008

 

I'm not sure what variety this is...but the common variety is usually a bright red fruit.

This plant is in the Cactus (Cataceae) family.

22 Oct, 2008

 

what sort of flowers do they have?

28 Oct, 2008

 

They have a very large flower...you may have to google a flower pic on the internet...they are not flowering now. I believe they bloom at night also.

28 Oct, 2008

 

yummms :) pitaia.... one of my prefered fruit!

5 Dec, 2012

 

that is wonderful Delonix.
they are expensive here.

10 Jan, 2020



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