Medusa dragon fruit

Medusa dragon fruit dragon fruit

Medusa dragon fruit is a new variety of dragon fruit that has been recently introduced in the market. It is a hybrid of Donavans Laverne Red and an unknown variety, resulting in a giant fruit with a high Brix score, easily entering the 20! The fruit has long, beautiful fins, much like its parent, Donavans Laverne Red.


Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya or pitahaya, is a type of cactus that grows in South America, Central America, and Asia.

Peel color:Red/pink
Flesh color:Purple
Mature height:4 - 10 ft.
Sun:Full to part sun
Hardiness:Around 30 degrees
Flavor:Very sweet
Pollination:Self-sterile, requires x- pollination
Weight:~700 grams
Growth rate:4 out of 5
Weather tolerance:4 out of 5
Fruit production:4 out of 5
Flavor:5 out of 5
Home planting:3 out of 5
Commercial planting:4 out of 5

All dragon fruit varieties are vine-like cacti that yield a triangular cross-section when cut perpendicular to the direction of growth. All three varieties of dragon fruit cactus flower at night, growing best in moderate climates.

Michael Gorelov
Michael Gorelov

There are many different types of dragon fruit, including Selenicereus undatus (pink-skinned with white flesh), Selenicereus costaricensis (red-skinned with red flesh), and Selenicereus megalanthus (yellow-skinned with white flesh). As a rule, DF tastes like a cross between kiwifruit and pear, with varied flavors and sweetness levels depending on the variety.

This dragonfruit sort tastes like a very sweet watermelon, The bright purple flesh of this gorgeous cactus fruit is high in water content and sprinkled with edible black seeds, making it the perfect summer fruit.

Medusa ripe dragon fruit


Overall, Medusa dragon fruit is a new and exciting variety that has unique features and high sugar content.


Is "Medusa" self-fertile?
No, it is self-sterile.
Where was this variety bred?
Most likely, it was bred in the California.
Michael Gorelov
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