Sunday, March 27, 2016

Dragon Fruit Tip: How to grow a stronger trunk

Dragon Fruit Tip.



Typically with Dragon fruit grown from seed they start to grow a little skinny and thin. This is a quick tip on how to grow a stronger Dragon fruit with a thicker trunk.


Up potted and ready to be a great new strong plant.

Update: 4/19/16 a new bud has appeared after 3 weeks.

Update: 5/3/16


Update: June 2016

4 comments:

  1. Would you be willing to sell any of your dragon fruit cuttings? I'm here in Seattle too and was looking into growing my own.

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  2. I've let the plant die. But you can have a peruvian apple cactus. There's a higher chance of it fruiting and grows less crazy. Flavor is nearly identical

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    1. That would be awesome. I will try to grow both as I just ordered a dragon fruit cutting and would be more than happy to try a peruvian apple cactus too.

      Can I email you to coordinate a pickup ?

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