Starburst Dragon Fruit

Starburst Dragon Fruit dragon fruit

Starburst variety is a very special kind of dragon fruit. It is a sister of the Asunta 5. Its skin is burgundy-red, and its bracts are green. As soon as you cut it open, you’ll smell a floral scent. The inside is red, and the flesh is soft to firm. The seeds are crunchy.


Starburst dragonfruit is a new and innovative variety of the popular tropical fruit that is quickly gaining popularity among fruit enthusiasts and health-conscious individuals alike.

Starburst fruit tastes like a mix of sugar dragon, black berries, and sweet jasmine tea. It also has a pleasant smell of flowers. The fruit tastes good.

Preferred climate: Tropical, subtropical
Outside color:Burgundy-red
Pulp color:Red
Sun:Full to part sun
Suitability in pots:Yes, with 35L+ pot
Water requirements:Little watering
Pollination: Self-sterile
Time to fruit / flower / harvest:2-3 years
Soil pH:Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)
Weight:350-550 grams
Flavor:5 out of 5
Appearance:5 out of 5
Production:4 out of 5
Home planting:4 out of 5
Commercial planting:4 out of 5

One of the most notable characteristics of this pitahaya sort is its unique star-shaped exterior. The bright red skin with green scales is eye-catching and makes for a visually stunning addition to any fruit platter. The flesh is a beautiful red color and is slightly sweeter and more flavorful than other dragon fruit varieties.

In addition to its unique appearance, the Starburst pitaya is also a great source of nutrients and antioxidants. It is high in vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidants that can help to boost the immune system, improve digestion, and protect the body from free radical damage.


Whether you’re looking for a new ingredient to try in your kitchen or a tasty and nutritious snack, this variety is sure to impress.

Starburst ripe Dragon Fruit photo


Is Starburst self-fertile?
No, it is self-sterile.
Where was this variety bred?
Most likely, it was bred in the California.
Anna Gorelova
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