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145492Re: Dragon Fruit

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  • costacoffee2
    May 1, 2012
      We just moved and I took with me, many cutting of this plant as they are usually found 'growing wild' rater than at a vivero.
      We got get lots of fruit and flowers, and when I went to take photos of the blooms early in the morning there would be many pollinating insects 'working' at the plants.
      Although they love the dry heat, it is after a heavy rain that the blooms will appear.
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