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Dragon Fruit, 10in, American Beauty in a Trellis
Dragon Fruit, 10in, American Beauty in a Trellis
Dragon Fruit, 10in, American Beauty in a Trellis
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Dragon Fruit, 10in, American Beauty in a Trellis

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The American Beauty is a fast growing, self fertile, purple fleshed Dragon Fruit variety that produces medium to large sized fruit.

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Attributes

Type: Tropical, Tree, Fruit Bearing
Height: 5ft - 10ft
Spread: 5ft - 10ft
Light: Full Sun
Water: Moderate
Zone: 10 - 11
Pet Safe: Non-Toxic

Care

General Maintenance: Due to their growing zone, you will need to bring the dragon fruit plants indoors over winter. They are self pollinating, so you will only need one plant to produce fruit.

Temperature: It will grow best in temperatures between 25 to 35 degrees Celsius.

Light: Dragon Fruit trees require plenty of sun, preferably 6-8 hours a day!

Watering: Allow to dry out a bit before watering. These plants like it moist, but not soggy!

Soil: A well draining, organic cactus mix will be perfect for your plant. Avoid wet, heavy soils that will result in soggy roots.

Fertilizer: To help your dragon fruit get established, fertilize lightly, a few inches away from the base, tri-annually, with a slow-release fertilizer. Watch out for heavy salts which exist in cheaper fertilizers that may damage the dragon fruit's sensitive roots.
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