Condor Dragon Fruit variety comes from the genus Hylocereus and the species guatemalensis. This variety is a self-pollinating variety. The fruit is a very large sized with super bright purple flesh. The exterior skin is light green and pink hues with the green turning pinkish red as the bright purple flesh becomes ripe. This hybrid has a very nice exterior appearance with the fruits size average of 1 to 1.5 pounds. The sweetness of the fruit is also exceptional with an average brix rating of 19. This fruit is also considered to be one of the better tasting varieties at the Pitaya Festival held in Southern California. This variety is a cross between a Nicaraguan and Guatemalan Pitaya making it a great tasting fruit and a hardy plant. Some research has shown the plant to survive temperatures as low as 22 degrees Fahrenheit. Cuttings adapt quickly and grow rapidly under ideal conditions. Growth is three sided with small thorns that are very typical looking of Hylocereus guatemalensis. Single cuttings have reached over six feet growing just one summer. Due to this aggressive growth heavy pruning is recommended. This variety was acquired from California.