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How the Dragon Fruit Look

How the dragon Fruit Look?

In Malaysia, the fruit grown huge at Johor, Perak and Selangor state. It grown well at tropical climates region such as Malaysia with a moderate amount of rain around 500 to 1200mm of rain with temperature between 30 to 40 degree Celsius. Dragon fruits a type of cactus with no leaves . Normally you can see the cement pillar or wood use to support this climbing plant . The plants only bloom the large white fragrant flower in bell shape , 1 foot long and 9 inches wide between 3 to 5 times a year depend on soil and climate condition. The flower called Queen of the night as its only blooms early evening while wilt by daybreak. The fruit only grow after 30 to 50 days flowering. The fruit can weight from 300 to 650 grams.

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in dragon-fruit am March 14 2011 » Comments are closed.

Dragon Fruit

The dragon fruit scientific name is Hylocereus from family Cactaceae and normamly called as pitaya. It is native to Central and South America. The colour of flesh dragon fruit is red, white, or magenta depended to variety.

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in dragon-fruit am December 11 2010 » Comments are closed.