It was cultivated in California and is a hybrid red and white between: Hylocereus Undatus and H. Polyrhizus. Dragon Fruit like lots of sun, and warm temperatures, but will tolerate some shade. Dragon Fruit can be planted in the ground in zone 9 and warmer. In cooler climates, it can be grown in a pot. It prefers evenly moist (but not wet), well-drained, rich, organic soil, although established plants can get by with less water. It likes to have a support or trellis to climb on.
Strawberry pear, dragon fruit, night blooming cereus, pitahaya, tuna and nopal