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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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 Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus
Family: Cactaceae
Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus
Origin: Mexico
Vine or creeperSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersOrnamental foliageRed/crimson/vinous flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

It is nightblooming and its flowers last only a single night in spring. It is common that specimens rare or never flower, but when they do so, they are usually rootbound in poor soil, then can produce many white, pink and maroon slender-petaled starburst blossom; which begin to open right at dusk, releasing a pleasing fragrance intended to attract nocturnal pollinators. Because the flowers are so quickly spent, this epiphyte is mainly only grown for the strange leaves which lend it the common name Ric-Rac Cactus, or occasionally Zig-Zag or Fishbone Cactus. It can be grown either in orchid substrate, or in regular cactus potting soil with a bit of humus added. In the wild it attaches itself to trees, clinging by little aerial root filaments along the zigzagging succulent leaves, but is adaptable to terrestrial habits. It loves strong yet indirect lighting. It does not need a lot of water and should be permitted to dry out entirely between waterings.


 Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Cryptocereus anthonyanus, Selenicereus anthonyanus, Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus

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Anthony's Rick-Rack, Zig-Zag Cactus, Fishbone Orchid Cactus. It is nightblooming and its flowers last only a single night in spring. Because the flowers are so quickly spent, this epiphyte is mainly only grown for the strange leaves which lend it the common name Ric-Rac Cactus, or occasionally Zig-Zag or Fishbone Cactus. It can be grown either in orchid substrate, or in regular cactus potting soil with a bit of humus added. In the wild it attaches itself to trees, clinging by little aerial root filaments along the zigzagging succulent leaves, but is adaptable to terrestrial habits. It loves strong yet indirect lighting. It does not need a lot of water and should be permitted to dry out entirely between waterings.
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Selenicereus chrysocardium, Epiphyllum chrysocardium, Marniera chrysocardium, Marniera, Fern Leaf

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Family: Cactaceae
Marniera, Fern Leaf
Origin: Mexico
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Very interesting plant. It is in the epiphyllum group and is easy to propagate and grow. It has angled stems, producing aerial roots, and white, beautiful flowers but is great to have just for its striking leaves. Flowers are large and nocturnal, pollinated by moths or rarely bats. The receptacle bears small bracts, hairs and usually spines. Fruits bear numerous spines. Flowers are generally produced in abundance with mature plants and are white and are very fragrant and usually last a single night.

Epiphytic in wet forests, keep the soil moist and well drained.


  


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Selenicereus chrysocardium - Marniera

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Selenicereus chrysocardium (Marniera, or Fern Leaf) is a very interesting plant. It is in the epiphyllum group and is easy to propagate and grow. It has angled stems, producing aerial roots, and white, beautiful flowers but is great to have just for its striking leaves. Flowers are large and nocturnal, pollinated by moths or rarely bats. The receptacle bears small bracts, hairs and usually spines. Fruits bear numerous spines. Flowers are generally produced in abundance with mature plants and are white and are very fragrant and usually last a single night.
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Selenicereus grandiflorus, Queen of the Night, Large-flowered Cactus, Sweet-Scented Cactus, Vanilla Cactus

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Selenicereus grandiflorus likes to find a vertical support.
 Selenicereus grandiflorus
Family: Cactaceae
Queen of the Night, Large-flowered Cactus, Sweet-Scented Cactus, Vanilla Cactus
Origin: Central America
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftVine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Epiphyte climbing by abundant aerial roots. Selenicereus grandiflorus is similar to Selenicereus pteranthus.


 Selenicereus grandiflorus, Queen of the Night, Large-flowered Cactus, Sweet-Scented Cactus, Vanilla Cactus

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Selenicereus hondurensis, Honduran Moon-Torch Cactus, Queen of the Night, Night Blooming Cereus

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Family: Cactaceae
Honduran Moon-Torch Cactus, Queen of the Night, Night Blooming Cereus
Origin: Hunduras
Vine or creeperFull sunEpiphyteModerate waterDry conditionsWhite/off-white flowersYellow/orange flowersFragrantSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Very rare epiphytic cactus that was first collected in 1900s but hardly traded since then. It has Large off white/yellow blooms with gold/bronze accents and back petals. They are very large and 8"+ when fully opened. The growth is spiny and most unusual of this species compared to other Selenicereus in that it has brownish colored stems, small diameter stem growth compared to the blooms they average 1/4" to 3/4" in diameter. Like many species this variety is nocturnal blooming, blooms will stay open till late morning. The flowering period is late June to fall. It can bloom off season if weather is warm enough. Very easy to grow, takes similar growing culture as Epiphyllums but brighter light.

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 Selenicereus hondurensis, Honduran Moon-Torch Cactus, Queen of the Night, Night Blooming Cereus

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Selenicerius hondurensis - Honduran Moon-Torch Cactus 

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The most wonderful, easily growing, giant flowering, fragrant, and floriferous species of Selenicereus!4. While its climbing stems are rarely thicker than a Sharpie marker, it's flowers measure 12 to 14 inches across (!), open as the sun is setting, and produce a most incredible fragrance... very rich and spreading thru the area. It smells like a combination of both white chocolate and vanilla. S. hondurensis also develops the most richly colored flowers of the Selenicerei, the outermost petals being a glowing orangey-gold. It's very stunning and provocative! It flowers magnificently, several times during the summer...
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Selenicereus macdonaldiae, Queen of the Night

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Family: Cactaceae
Queen of the Night
Origin: Central America
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersFragrant

Epiphyte climbing by abundant aerial roots. Selenicereus macdonaldiae is similar to Selenicereus pteranthus.


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Selenicereus megalanthus, Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Family: Cactaceae
Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear
Origin: Central America
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersYellow/orange flowersFragrantEdibleThorny or spinySubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

This cactus originates from Bolivia, Equador, Peru and Columbia. It's greatly known for it's sweet tasting fruit. Knobbed, yellow cactus fruit sharing some similarities with the dragon fruit (pitaya). Taste is said to be superior to most cactus fruits. The fruit is popular eaten chilled, out of hand. It is also used to flavor drinks and pastries.

A vining, terrestrial or epiphytic cactus, with fleshy stems reaching from a few inches up to 20ft long (in mature plants). The fruits are smaller than the common dragon fruit, and contain prominent spikes until ripening time, upon which the spikes drop off. Prefers partial sun and can tolerate down to 32F, but typically doesn't want to see below 40F. The vines tolerate very high temperatures as well.

Commercially grown to a limited extent in Columbia. Fruits are occasionally exported to Europe and Canada.


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Yellow Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear. This cactus originates from Bolivia, Equador, Peru and Columbia. It's greatly known for it's sweet tasting fruit. Knobbed, yellow cactus fruit sharing some similarities with the dragon fruit (pitaya). Taste is said to be superior to most cactus fruits. Commercially grown to a limited extent in Columbia.
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Selenicereus pteranthus, Cereus pteranthus, Princess of the Night

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Family: Cactaceae
Princess of the Night
Origin: Central America
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeDry conditionsWhite/off-white flowersFragrantEthnomedical plant.
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Epiphyte climbing by abundant aerial roots.


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Selenicereus setaceus, Hylocereus setaceus, Pineapple Cactus

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Family: Cactaceae
Pineapple Cactus
Origin: South America
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersEdibleThorny or spiny

Selenicereus setaceus are simular to Hylocereus-(Dragon Fruit). Selenicereus setaceus is also commonly called Pineapple cactus since this plant is also cultivated like Dragon Fruit in a few areas for the fruit it produces, which can be very sweet but tends to be smaller in size compared to Dragon Fruit species and or hybrids.


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Selenicereus wercklei, Cereus wercklei, Queen of the Night, Flor de la Luna

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Family: Cactaceae
Queen of the Night, Flor de la Luna
Origin: Mexico, Costa Rica
Vine or creeperFull sunModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersThorny or spiny

Epiphyte climbing by abundant aerial roots.


  


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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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 Hylocereus sp.
Family: Cactaceae
Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear
Origin: Central America
Large shrub 5-10 ftVine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersEdibleThorny or spinySubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

There are three species of dragon fruit in the genus Hylocereus and one species in the genus Selenicereus. Varieties of Hylocereus guatemalensis, Hylocereus polyrhizus, and Hylocereus undatus as well as hybrids of these three species are grown commercially worldwide. Selenicereus megalanthus is grown commercially on smaller scales in South America and is especially popular in Columbia.

Related genera: Cereus, Acanthocereus, Echinocereus, Selenicereus, Stenocereus, Escontria, Myrthillocactus.

This climbing cactus is one of the most beautiful and wide spread members of the Cactaceae family. It is a highly prized, vining, fruit bearing cactus is terrestrial/epiphytic plant which is extremely unusual. It's fleshy stems reach up to 30ft. long, climbing onto walls or over trees using aerial roots. Magnificent flowers, stunningly beautiful fruit with an intense color, curious shape, and a delicious taste.

The night blooming white flowers can be up to 14 inches in length. Flowers are vibrant and beautiful and many related species are propagated as ornamentals. They generally bloom only at night, and usually last just one night where pollination is necessary to set fruit.

The fruit is most often eaten chilled and cut in half so the flesh may be spooned out. The juice is used in frozen drinks and it is in a new Tropicana Twister flavor. It is a must have for any collector or gardener with the flair for the unusual. The plants aren't usually too picky as to soil type, but because of their epiphytic nature, it is recommended to grow them in soil that is supplemented with high amounts of organic material. It can be grown successfully in sandy soils, providing shade is sometimes recommended in hot climates. In full production, these plants can have up to 4-6 fruiting cycles per year. Season: May-September.

The dragon fruit flesh can be white, red, or magenta. The red fleshed varieties contain lycopene which is a natural antioxidant known to fight cancer, heart disease, and lower blood pressure. Despite the health benefits and its spectacular appearance, the fruit has gone virtually unnoticed for centuries.

According to the legend the fruit was created thousands of years ago by fire breathing dragons. During a battle when the dragon would breathe fire the last thing to come out would be the fruit. After the dragon is slain the fruit is collected and presented to the Emperor as a coveted treasure and indication of victory. The soldiers would then butcher the dragon and eat the flesh. It was believed that those who feasted on the flesh would be endowed with the strength and ferocity of the dragon and that they too would be coveted by the Emperor. It is written that the dragons flame originates deep within its body near the base of its tail. The meat from this part of the dragon was the most desirable and most sought after portion. Only the officers of each division would be privy to this cut of meat. The ancient Chinese called this cut the jaina, which translates literally to the sweetest and best tasting. The jaina was treasured by all who were privileged enough to taste it, and it is believed that manís thirst for the jaina is what led to the destruction and eventual extinction of all of the dragons.

The mild and juicy fruit is easily cut in half and eaten with a spoon.

Today it is the leading fruit export of Vietnam. It has even caught the attention of Snapple, Tropicana, and Sobe which are just a few of the major labels that have incorporated dragon fruit into their bottled fruit drinks.

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 Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus guatemalensis
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Hylocereus 'Voodoo Child'
Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus undatus
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Hylocereus undatus
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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus seedlings
Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus purpusii
Hylocereus sp., Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear

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Hylocereus sp. - American Beauty - Red Pitaya, 1 gal pot

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Red Pitaya, Dragon Fruit. Self-fruiting variety, red outside and red insode - the most delicious variety. Very fast-growing.
Pitaya is a highly prized, vining, fruit bearing cactus is terrestrial/epiphytic plant which is extremely unusual. It's fleshy stems reach up to 30ft. long, climbing onto walls or over trees using aerial roots. Magnificent flowers, stunningly beautiful fruit with an intense color, curious shape, and a delicious taste. The night blooming white flowers can be up to 14 inches in length.
The fruit is most often eaten chilled and cut in half so the flesh may be spooned out. The juice is used in frozen drinks and it is in a new Tropicana Twister flavor. It is a must have for any collector or gardener with the flair for the unusual.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
Fruit Festival Plant Food - Super Crop Booster
Mango-Food - Smart Release Fruit Tree Booster
SUNSHINE-Honey - sugar booster
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Grown in 6"/1 gal pot

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$32.00

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Hylocereus sp. - Bloody Mary Pitaya, Dragon Fruit 

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Bloody Mary Dragon Fruit. This variety is very similar in size, color, and taste to Red Jaina. It is not quite as prolific of a producer, but it is nearly indistinguishable beyond that fact. It also needs to be cross pollinated to set fruit.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
Fruit Festival Plant Food - Super Crop Booster
Mango-Food - Smart Release Fruit Tree Booster
SUNSHINE-Honey - sugar booster
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California certification

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Grown in 10"/3 gal pot, on trellis

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$42.00

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Hylocereus sp. - Sweet Red Pitaya, Dragon Fruit 

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Sweet Red Pitaya, Dragon Fruit. Self-fruiting variety, red outside and red inside - the most delicious variety. Very fast-growing.
Pitaya is a highly prized, vining, fruit bearing cactus, extremely unusual terrestrial/epiphytic plant. It has magnificent flowers, stunningly beautiful fruit with an intense color, curious shape, and a delicious taste. The night blooming white flowers can be up to 14 inches in length.
The fruit is most often eaten chilled and cut in half so the flesh may be spooned out. The juice is used in frozen drinks and it is in a new Tropicana Twister flavor. It is a must have for any collector or gardener with the flair for the unusual.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
Fruit Festival Plant Food - Super Crop Booster
Mango-Food - Smart Release Fruit Tree Booster
SUNSHINE-Honey - sugar booster
This item is certified for shipping to California.
California certification

Most of our plants are certified for shipping to California, however, certain plants are not certified. Please do not order not-certified plants to California addresses. These plants may be added to CA certification in the future; please contact us for more information.



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Grown in 10"/3 gal pot

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$47.00

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Hylocereus sp. - White Pitaya Vietnamese Jaina

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Red Pitaya with white flesh.
Pitaya is a highly prized, vining, fruit bearing cactus is terrestrial/epiphytic plant which is extremely unusual. It's fleshy stems reach up to 30ft. long, climbing onto walls or over trees using aerial roots. Magnificent flowers, stunningly beautiful fruit with an intense color, curious shape, and a delicious taste. The night blooming white flowers can be up to 14 inches in length. The fruit is eaten chilled and cut in half so the flesh may be spooned out. The juice is used in frozen drinks. It is a must have for any collector or gardener with the flair for the unusual.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
Fruit Festival Plant Food - Super Crop Booster
Mango-Food - Smart Release Fruit Tree Booster
SUNSHINE-Honey - sugar booster
This item is certified for shipping to California.
California certification

Most of our plants are certified for shipping to California, however, certain plants are not certified. Please do not order not-certified plants to California addresses. These plants may be added to CA certification in the future; please contact us for more information.



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Grown in 6"/1 gal pot

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$32.00

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Hylocereus sp. - Yellow Pitaya, Dragon Fruit

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Yellow Pitaya.
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Pitaya is a highly prized, vining, fruit bearing cactus is terrestrial/epiphytic plant which is extremely unusual. It's fleshy stems reach up to 30ft. long, climbing onto walls or over trees using aerial roots. Magnificent flowers, stunningly beautiful fruit with an intense color, curious shape, and a delicious taste. The night blooming white flowers can be up to 14 inches in length. The fruit is eaten chilled and cut in half so the flesh may be spooned out. The juice is used in frozen drinks. It is a must have for any collector or gardener with the flair for the unusual.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
Fruit Festival Plant Food - Super Crop Booster
Mango-Food - Smart Release Fruit Tree Booster
SUNSHINE-Honey - sugar booster
This item is certified for shipping to California.
California certification

Most of our plants are certified for shipping to California, however, certain plants are not certified. Please do not order not-certified plants to California addresses. These plants may be added to CA certification in the future; please contact us for more information.



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$37.00

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Hylocerus undatus Red - seeds

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Pitaya, Pitahaya, Dragon Fruit, Strawberry Pear. Red variety. This is a highly prized, vining, fruit bearing cactus is terrestrial/epiphytic plant which is extremely unusual. It's fleshy stems reach up to 30ft. long, climbing onto walls or over trees using aerial roots.
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RECOMMENDED SUPPLIES:
Seed Germination Mix #3, professional grade
SUNSHINE-S - Seeds and cuttings booster
Myco Mix - pro-mix with Mycorrhiza
Baby-Plant Food - Seedlings and Cuttings Booster
Per pack: 12+ seeds

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$5.00

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