Variegata Yellow dragon fruit

Variegata dragon fruit dragon fruit

Variegata Yellow dragon fruit (also called Worth Variegated Yellow / Varigated white / Varigated yellow / limon / lime or “GG”) – wonderful two-color Hylocereus undatus hybrid.


This variety got its name because of its unique appearance: it combines yellow and green at the same time. What else is there to say about this variety? We don’t have enough information about it yet, because we are still looking for cuttings or at least seeds.

Weight:1.5-2 lbs
Site and soil:1/2 day to full sun and well-drained soil
Bearing age:3 years after planting
Taste:Sweet and refreshing
Pulp color: White
Fruit skin:Bright pink, green scales
Flavor:Sweet, good
USDA Zone:9a
Self-pollinating: Yes
Flavor:5 out of 5
Appearance:5 out of 5
Fruit production:3 out of 5
Weather tolerance:3 out of 5
Home planting:4 out of 5
Commercial planting:3 out of 5

The internet says that this variety grows very slowly. It also tends to have its branches twisted as if in a spiral. It is most likely that it was bred in Vietnam.


In conclusion, the Variegata dragon fruit is a unique, sweet, and delicious delicacy. Its vibrant pink skin and white interior have become a favorite among many exotic fruit lovers.

Rich in vitamin C, this fruit has the potential to be a great addition to anyone’s nutrition plan. Not only is it visually stunning and surprisingly sweet, but it can also offer both flavor and health benefits.

Variegata Yellow ripe dragon fruit photo


Can you eat dragonfruit Raw?
The fruit can be added to smoothies and smoothie bowls, made into sorbet or granita, or used to make sauces, but it can also be consumed as is. Remove the dragon fruit's inedible skin and cut it into slices or eat it directly off the peel, like you would a melon.
How often should I water my Dragon Fruit cactus?
The Pitahaya cactus should be watered once every two weeks under typical conditions. You can either use your finger or a moisture meter to determine how moist the soil is. The soil should feel dry or slightly moist, but never brittle or soggy.
Does dragon fruit like sun or shade?
The Dragon Fruit Tree prefers a position that receives full sunlight (6 to 8 hours daily). Regardless of where you decide to plant the pitaya, you should avoid planting it in shady locations. It also prefers sandy, well-draining soil, so avoid planting it in soggy, mucky soils with standing water.
Michael Gorelov
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