Dragon Fruit – Plant & Cuttings

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scroll a little bit down to see all cuttings of which we have IN STOCK RIGHT NOW 🙂

These are the types of Dragon Fruits we have available. We cannot compare with a real dragon fruit farm, but we have the following collection:

  • American Beauty
  • Condor
  • Dark Star
  • Delight
  • Florida Red
  • Giant Vietnamese
  • Golden Yellow
  • Hailey’s Comet
  • Hawaiian Pink
  • Indonesian White
  • Japanese Godzilla
  • Jindu1
  • Makisupa
  • Maria Rosa
  • Marmel1
  • Natural Mystic
  • Neon
  • Orange Giant
  • Palora
  • Purple Haze
  • Rainbow Dragon
  • Red Jiana
  • Seoul Kitchen
  • Rixford
  • Selenicereus Megalanthus (Hylocereus Megalanthus)
  • Sugar dragon
  • Surinam Red
  • Thai Dragon
  • Thomson
  • Vietnamese White
  • Voodoo Child
  • Yannis Red
Dragon Fruit - Natural Mystic

We have the following colors available

Click on one of the colors below to find more information about a specific dragon fruit variety. You can also find the related cuttings we have for sale on these pages. These are our different varieties of dragon fruit cuttings for sale:

Dragon Fruit Flower - Special Jungle Edition

Order / Buy the cuttings you want by adding them to your basket

We are able to offer you different size of cuttings!  The prices are based on the following:
S size cuttings: <15 cm high (<6 inch)
M size cuttings: 15 – 24 cm high (between 6 and 10 inches)
L size cuttings: >25 cm high (>10 inch)

Please keep in mind that this is just an estimation. Sometimes it happens that a cutting is shorter than 25 cm, but broader and heavier, and therefore falls into the L size cutting category.


Dragon Fruit Cuttings for sale! Find your favorite cuttings down below!

Our Dragon fruit cuttings / plants – for sale

Why buy our fruit cuttings?

Many people let their dragon fruits branches grow all the way to the ground. We can not do that because in Suriname there is a danger that snakes and other animals can hide between them. So we are forced to prune our dragon fruits plants regularly. After providing all our neighbours with these other types of dragons, we have too many cuttings left and we can offer the dragon fruit plants for sale. That is why we can deliver them cheaply and the cuttings are always fresh and of good quality. Even though it is not a dragon fruit season, we always have dragon fruit plants for sale.

Buy dragon fruit cuttings online (Pitaya plant)

You can buy the dragon fruit cuttings from us online. We always have a few in stock, but we prefer pruning the cuttings on request. They are sent to the Netherlands as quickly as possible where they are professionally packed for forwarding.

What is our best dragon fruit plant for sale?

Thanks to our process of growing, caring and shipping, we can offer the highest quality of cuttings (plants). We can’t name one specific plant as the best, as it all comes down to your own preferences. For example: do you want the sweetest variants, or do you prefer a bit less sweet? If you’re not quite sure, we recommend trying a few different options. So, while we can’t name one best dragon fruit cutting for sale, we can ensure that we take good care of them and deliver the best quality plants, no matter which one you choose.

Delivery in Europe is very fast

Because the delivery is from the Netherlands, Europe has a really quick delivery. Our advice for all the people and farms in Europe, is to buy dragon fruit cuttings from a European supplier due to the cold weather and packaging. This is a great advantage for countries in Europa.

Best temperature to ship cuttings?

We want you to receive the cuttings in the best state possible of course, so we only ship the Dragon Fruit Cuttings if the temperature in the Netherlands is at least 7 degrees Celsius. This ensures that the cuttings arrive in good condition. If the temperatures are blow 7 degrees Celsius, we will let you know! Please, check the temperature for your own country yourself, or send us an email and ask for advice. 🙂

How to plant Dragon Fruiting Cuttings

The dragon fruit needs a post to grow along. We use wooden posts in Suriname so that the aerial roots can attach themselves well. The post is in airy soil. If the place gets too much water, it is advisable to turn the planting hole into a mound. They do need water but cannot be submerged.

Growing the cuttings

When the plant has reached the highest point of the post, a few cross posts must be fixed so that the dragon fruit plant can “hang”. It will then grow downwards and the plant could already make the first flower buds. If you have limited space, you can also plant dragon fruit in a large bucket with a post in the middle. The post does not have to be high, as long as the plant can “hang”. This is a way how to grow dragon fruit cuttings.

About the Dragon Fruit Plant

We know dragonfruit as Pitaya fruit or Hylocereus. It is a cactus-like plant that, with the help of aerial roots, makes its way up a post. We have a collection about 19 species that have been largely purchased from Matts Landscape in California. We already had the common species that occurs in Suriname. A strong commercial grower and bloomer with large fruits between 500 and 800 grams. No one here knows which variant it is, so we keep it on the
name: Surinam Red.

In our search for the yellow dragon fruit we encountered so many different types of dragon fruit plants that the choice was difficult to make. With our collection as a result. The yellow dragon fruit is not available and in stock yet, but we recently bought a beautiful yellow dragon fruit. So within a year this one will also become available and for sale on our website. As soon as the cuttings can be sold, we will change the stock of course!

We can also separate the Pitaya types by color

There are large and small dragon fruits. The dark red dragon fruits has various pulp colors on the inside. It varies from dark red, magenta, purple to pink with all kinds of different flavors.
The outside of the white dragon fruit is red, but the pulp is white. The texture is from creamy to crispy and the taste is also different. In general, the taste of the dragon fruit can be sweet, or sweet with fresh acid. There are those that can be compared with the crunchiness of a kiwi, the taste of grape, melon or as an ice cream.

Dragon fruit tree? or plant?

Some people speak of a dragon fruit tree, but that is not correct. It remains a climbing plant, but because the plant can occupy the entire wooden post, it looks like the plant has a true trunk.

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