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jeffy starts with ...
I went to local market and saw this.. I was thinking maybe it was a dragon fruit but there no label. so my question is, is this a dragon fruit or just a cactus.
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25th March 2019 3:25pm
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Potty Bob 1 says...
Looks like dragonfruit, but I have seen same that doesn't produce fruit , only flowers ( I don't know if these required cross pollination hence no fruit , but they had several plants and the flower bloomed longer than st dragonfruit).
So was it sold as dragonfruit?
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28th March 2019 12:09pm
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Rannman75 says...
Definitely a Dragonfruit. Iā€™m pretty sure that it will bear fruit if cross pollinated. If it flowers, is should fruit šŸ‘
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Original Post was last edited: 28th March 2019 7:59pm
jeffy says...
it was at farmer market the person said it was but wasn't 100% sure.. I already got a pearl so I hope this is a dragon fruit also
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29th March 2019 2:46am
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Potty Bob 1 says...
I think pearl is white , I have tried several ,( including Bob Brimsmead's favourite purple one at Tropical Fruit World ) , I think the Peruvian red is the best tasting so far .
40+ fruits a year ,as big as a large mango ,
Good luck .
The little yellow pitaya is also very tasty , if not a little slower to produce .
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