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Dragon Fruit Plants - 2 varieties

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jxolotl Long Beach, CA US
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Disclaimer: The small rooted white dragon fruit was nibbled at by some insect (on the new growth). Anyone willing to purchase them, will be provided with either a newer rooted cutting (white-flesh) or the original rooted cutting plus an extra - free, un-rooted cutting (Buyer chooses). The red dragon fruit rooted cutting has appeared to have developed some rust on the new growth. I will be removing that branch & you will receive a fresh healthy unrooted cutting (red-flesh) along side with the red dragon fruit rooted cutting. 

I have posted pictures of the damaged rooted cutting & the replacement cutting, should you choose the newer cutting. They're relatively the same lengths (new growth) & healthy, well rooted. I seek to only provide good customer service!

Update: I have recently posted newer pictures of what the rooted cuttings look like as of July 3, 2019. 

You are bidding for the 2 dragon fruit plants in the pictures above. They are of the white & red fleshed varieties.

The red fleshed dragon fruit plant (taller one) is coming from a larger, well developed plant. But it has not fruited for me yet. I only believe it is red fleshed because of the labeling, from the container it came in. And the branches are different from the white fleshed variety I grow. 

The white fleshed dragon fruit plant (shorter one), is coming from a well developed, fruit bearing plant. The mother plant fruited for me last year, and I'm hoping for another large harvest this year. I can verify that it's in fact the white fleshed type. It is of the 'Mexicana' variety. 

They are both starting to push out new growth. They are rooted, but I would suggest leaving them in their containers until they have developed a really strong root system. They are very easy to grow, and are self pollinating. The benefit of 2 varieties is that cross pollination will increase the chance of larger fruit.

The pictures above are of the dragon fruit plants you will be receiving, their measurements, and a photo of fruit from last year's harvest from the mother plant (white fleshed).

I'm sorry, I do not do international shipping. US states only, except HI, or AK. If you have any questions, feel free to send me a message. Thank You!