The Super Shenron Dragon Fruit variety is of the Hylocereus genus and polyrhizus species. We have no exact information about where this variety was bred. It is most likely that it was created in California.
This type is a vigorous grower with huge, three-sided, bright green stems. There are little spins at each branch’s initial point of contact. The plant grows similarly to the Edgar and Makisupa sorts, but the fruits are distinct.
|Tolerant:||Heat, humidity, wilt resistant|
|Sun exposure:||Full sun|
|Skin color:||Dark crimson|
|Flesh color:||Dark crimson|
|Flavor:||5 out of 5|
|Appearance:||5 out of 5|
|Fruit production:||4 out of 5|
|Home planting:||5 out of 5|
|Commercial planting:||5 out of 5|
The fruit blooms of Super Shenron are profuse, aromatic, and self-fertile. The blossoms are at their peak size a few hours after dusk and close a couple of hours before morning. Depending on the conditions, flowering can begin as early as March, but normally the first buds appear in May. From bud to bloom, twenty-five days passed.
This variety normally produces oval-shaped fruits weighing between one and one and a half pounds. The fruit’s exterior look is dark crimson with green-tipped fins. The interior flesh has a dark crimson hue, a strong structure, and an exceptional flavor.
In conclusion, I would like to say that this is an excellent variety, about which quite undeservedly few people know. It has an excellent flavor and its self-pollination allows it to become commercially successful.