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Dragonfruit, Condor

Dragonfruit, Condor

This plant IS available for shipping ONLY in 1 gallon pot sizes.

Regular price $15.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $15.00 USD
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3 inch Pot - 8 to 12" tall plant in 6" diameter x 7" tall pot. SHIPPABLE

1 gallon Pot - 8 to 16" tall plant in 5" x 5" x 6" tall pot. SHIPPABLE

Small Tree Pot - 8 to 16" tall plant in 5" x 5" x 6" tall pot. SHIPPABLE

Large Tree Pot - 8 to 16" tall plant in 5" x 5" x 12" tall pot. SHIPPABLE

3 gallon Pot - 18 to 36" tall plant in 10" diameter x 8" tall pot. IN STORE ONLY

5 gallon Pot - 30" to 60" tall plant in 11" diameter x 10" tall pot. IN STORE ONLY

15 gallon Pot - 60" to 75" tall plant in 17" diameter x 15" tall pot. IN STORE ONLY

Tempt your taste buds with Condor Dragonfruit! This rare variety is a cross between a Nicaraguan and Guatemalan Pitahaya and it's the star of the Southern California Pitaya Festival. Its bright purple flesh and light green & pink hued skin looks just as delicious as it tastes - sweet, juicy and full of flavor with an average brix rating of 19. So come on, let your taste buds do the talking and go wild for this showstopper!

This sweet and juicy dragonfruit, is definitely worth getting your claws on! It's got a gorgeous look with its striking light green and pink hues, plus a sweet, refreshing taste that'll leave your taste buds soaring. Plus, it's large enough to feed the whole flock (weighing 1 to 1.5 pounds!) – so dive in!


Please see our Dragonfruit Planting and Care Instructions


Botanic Name: Hylocereus guatemalensis
Common Names: Condor,

Lifespan: Perennial
Hardiness Zone: 9 to 10
Fruiting Season: Late spring to early fall
Growth Structure: Vining Cactus that requires trellising. Dragonfruit must climb up and then hang down to fruit.

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Years to Fruit: 2-3 years
Fruiting Season: Late spring to early fall
Pruning Season: Spring
Cold Tolerance: 32°F
Flowers? Yes,
Edible? Yes
Native to: South America
Recommended Size for Container Growing: 15 gallon pot

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