Makisupa – H. undatus X H. polyrhizus


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Spicy Exotics Dragon Fruit ratings table:

Flavor – When testing for sweetness of the Dragon Fruit a device called a refractometer is used. It uses the brix scale of sweetness. This scale ranges from 0 to 32. The higher the number the sweeter the fruit. In addition to sweetness any unique attributes such as size and flavor are also considered when giving this rating.
Fruit Production – For the rating we look at how many fruits are produced from a single plant. Also, how easy or difficult it is to grow is considered. For example, a variety that is self-fertile will get a higher rating than an non self-fertile variety.
Growing – This is a rating of the overall hardiness of the plant. In addition to this, we also look at how quickly the plant adapts from cuttings and how long it will take before producing the first fruit.
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Makisupa Dragon Fruit is a hybrid variety that comes from Hylocereus undatus and Hylocereus polyrhizus. The Dragon Fruit variety is an excellent red fleshed fruit with a sweet yet slightly astringent taste. The fruit is attractive having short green fins spindled around the reddish pink surface of the fruit. The fruit of this variety is medium to large weighing up to 1 to 1.25 pounds with an average brix rating of 15. This variety is known to be self-pollinating however I have needed to cross it in order for fruit to set. The stems are meaty three sided growth with small spines on the rib. The variety is a heavy flower producer so if the quantity is what you are looking, look no more. Having extra large white-yellow blossoms measuring 15 inches across it’s easy to see how hummingbird moths or bats can’t resist it. This variety was acquired from a grower in Florida.

Weight 1 lbs


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