Dragon Fruit - Knowledgebase Question

Hanford, Ca
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Question by mfchanford
February 10, 2011
Can Dragon Fruit(Hylocereus polyrhizus}be grown in my area?. I live in Hanford,CA.(Central valley)

Answer from NGA
February 10, 2011
You can grow dragon fruit in central California. Consider it a succulent and provide fast draining soil and all the sunshine possible. I'd grow it in a container. This way you can take it indoors if winter weather threatens to get too cold (below about 38F degrees). Good luck with your plant!

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