Yellow lemonade is another rare variety of dragon fruit. Let’s be honest, we have never seen it, but we really hope that we will have the opportunity to do so. In this article, we would like to compile the information we were able to find on the Internet and in printed publications.
Yellow lemonade dragon fruit sort is a unique-looking hybrid of S. megalanthus and S. undatus. This cultivar’s skin is a gorgeous shade of light pink, and its bracts are yellow.
The fruit has spines at its base as a result of its S. megalanthus ancestry, which is also responsible for its yellowish hue.
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Yellow lemonade has white flesh that is both sweet and sour, with a flavor reminiscent of pink lemonade, and a Brix score of 18.5 or greater.
In contrast to the little, yellow fruits of “Colombiana”, each of the rectangular fruits of “Yellow lemonade” pitayas weighs over a pound.
This variety’s blooms are self-fertile and self-pollinating, therefore it is more likely that you will have a crop without hand-pollination, but, hand-pollination will boost your harvests.
Yellow lemonade pitahaya is heat-tolerant so long as it is grown in partial shade, but it is not cold-tolerant.
In conclusion, the yellow lemonade dragon fruit is a delicious and unique variety that is perfect for any occasion. With its refreshing flavor and beautiful color, this fruit is sure to make a lasting impression on everyone who tries it.
So next time you’re looking for something new and exciting to try, be sure to give the yellow lemonade dragon fruit a try!