Georges White dragon fruit

Georges White dragon fruit dragon fruit

Georges White Dragon Fruit is a variety of dragonfruit from the genus Hylocereus and species undatus. It has a bright pink exterior with green-tipped fins. There are a lot of small, crunchy seeds in the grayish-white flesh. It is known for its high vitamin and fiber content without being overly sweet.


The weight of fruits ranges from 0.75 to 1.5 pounds. The Brix score is 13 to 16, which means that the taste of the fruit is mild.

Georges White and Thai Dragon are very similar, and many gardeners confuse them. But if you take both fruits in your hands, you will see that there is still a slight difference between them. Not to mention the different taste.

Plant type: Cacti and houseplants
Growth stage: Vegetative
Uses suggested: for cooking and decorating
Pollination: Self fertile
Growing zone:9B, 10A, 10B, 11A, 11B
Skin color:
Bright pink
Flesh color:White
Height / length:Mature Height 5-10 FT (2-3 m)
Mature width: 9-11 FT
Spacing:8-10 FT
Bloom season:Fall, Summer
Sun requirement / light:Full to partial sun
Color of flower: White
Water:Little water needed once established
Fertilization:Fertilize in spring with a well-balanced fertilizer
Pruning:Prune as needed to control growth and spread
Cold hardy:20-25°
Soil type:Well drained
Drought tolerance:
Growth rate:Fast
Growth habit:Climbing
Season of interest:Autumn, Spring, Summer
Flavor:4 out of 5
Weather tolerance:4 out of 5
Fruit production:5 out of 5

This variety also grows quickly and has bright green, meaty stems with three sides. Along the rib line of each stem, there are small to medium spins.

The George’s White dragonfruit is also easy to grow, which is a plus. It also grows pretty quickly, with new shoots coming up quickly and fruit often appearing a year or two after planting.

Aside from being easy to grow, the Georges White pitahaya is also easy to take care of. It only needs a small amount of pruning and fertilizing to do well. It also doesn’t get sick easily, which makes it a reliable and long-lasting addition to any garden.

George's White ripe dragon fruit photo


The flesh of the “George’s White” is unique, being white in color and having a sweet, slightly tangy flavor that is said to be reminiscent of a cross between a kiwi fruit and a pear.

As a gardener, I would highly recommend the Georges White pitaya sort to anyone who wants to grow a fruit that is both beautiful and tasty. Because of how it looks and tastes, as well as how easy it is to grow, this plant will be a valuable and fun addition to any garden for many years to come.


Is George's White self-fertile?
Yes, it is self-pollinating.
Where was this variety bred?
Most likely, it was bred in the California.

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