Looking for Green Dragon Fruit Cuttings?
On this page we tell you everything about green dragon fruit cuttings! Only dragon fruits with a green skin color will be mentioned here. Normally, green dragon fruits aren’t ripe yet, but the varieties we talk about on this page have a green skin color by default!
Can you help us finding more Green dragon fruit cuttings and thus expanding our assortment?
About our green dragon fruit plant(s) for sale…
They produce large dragon fruits! Some can even weigh up to 900 grams. The taste of this dragon fruit green can be described as sweet and is one of our favorites among us! Next to this, the green dragon fruit plant is an easy grower and ideal for beginners and a real addition for the more experienced dragon fruit lover. The pulp color of our green pitaya is magenta.
We offer the following cutting sizes
|S size cuttings||M size cuttings||L size cuttings|
|< 15 cm (<6 inch)||15 - 24 cm (between 6 and 10 inches)||> 25 cm (>10 inch)|
The most popular cuttings this week
The best sold and most popular cuttings are visible here! The list will be updated every week.
Our green dragon fruit cuttings are easy to grow!
green dragon fruit plant varieties
A green color dragon fruit usually means that the dragon fruit is not yet ripe, but there are actual varieties with a green color or dragon fruit which have a greenish skin color. We know this because we offer a green variety ourselves. As a result, more and more green varieties are coming onto the market, so if you are in possession of a green variety, please let us know. The green variety we can offer to you at the moment is the following:
- Condor dragon fruit cutting
Ripe vs unripe fruit – what is the difference?
This is of course very important! You don’t want to eat an unripe dragon fruit yet. Be aware: this is not harmful, but it is just a shame of your green dragon fruit cutting and the taste (in our opinion). But how can you distinguish the difference between a ripe dragon fruit which has a green dragon fruit color of itself, or a dragon fruit which is simply not ripe yet?
It is best to leave the green pitaya on the counter for instance for a few days to see if it still changes color. Otherwise the following technique might be handy to find out whether your pitaya is ripe or unripe. Push carefully with your thumb on the dragon fruit. The peel should feel soft, but not too mushy. If you have this, congratulations, your dragon fruit is ripe! If the greenish color still exists after that feeling, you have a green dragon fruit variety. Make sure not to leave your dragon fruit for too long (or without checking regularly) as the fruit can also be overripe after time, it is therefore best to eat it as soon as possible. If the skin is very pulpy, the fruit is most likely overripe already.
Frequently asked questions
frequently asked questions about Green Dragon Fruit Cuttings. Find your answers to various questions below. 🙂
For so far we know, the pulp can contains a magenta color. However, many new varieties will arise, so it will not be a surprise that you will see a greenish skin color in combination with white pulp for instance.
Yes we do ship worldwide! However, please keep in mind that a phytosanitary certificate is often needed outside Europe. Please contact us for more information!
If you click on the relevant cutting, you will find information about the pulp color of the pitahaya