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The Dragon Fruit is a vining, terrestrial with fleshy stems. White, fragrant flowers adorn the plant in late spring to early fall. Flowers are elaborate and bloom only at night. Produces round, red colored, edible fruits. The round fruit is covered with distinguished scales and can get up to 5 inches long. Enclosed in the thin rind is a large mass of sweetly flavored red colored pulp and numerous small black seeds. The fruit can be eaten out-of-hand, and is also used as a flavoring in pastries and drinks. American beauty may have up to 4 fruiting cycles per year.
Grow Dragon Fruit in well-drained soils, in full sun to partial shade. Water this cactus regularly and do not allow the soil to completely dry out between watering but to dry slightly. Fast grower. Easy-to-grow. Easy to containerize. Plant the vine in a normal, large-sized pot. Use good potting soil. Water once for every two weeks. We send a very healthy very well rooted and growing cactus from a 4" pot that is over 6" tall.
Very sweet fruit with a mature height of 4-6' tall making this variety of Mulberry perfect for container growing. Berries have a sweet, tangy flavor. Berries can be eaten fresh, made into juice, wine or pies. zones 5-10. Dwarf Mulberry is a carefree grower.
Complete growing instructions and 2 free fertilizer spikes with each plant. Very healthy bushy 12" tree shipped.
Petite Negra Fig is a new dwarf variety of fig that produces a medium sized fruit on short compact plants, great for pots and indoors. Its ability to produce crops of super sweet figs on a short compact frame has won gardeners over. Its not uncommon to have fruit at as early as 1' tall. Very cold hardy, all around great variety.
Complete growing instructions and 2 free fertilizer spikes with each plant. Beautiful bushy healthy 12' plants shipped.
Figs are one of the oldest fruits known to mankind. They were used by the Sumerians in 2500 BC, mentioned in the Bible in the Garden of Eden, considered sacred to the Romans, and often used in trade between Europe and the Middle East during the Middle Ages. Figs originated in Western Asia and made their way to America with the Spanish explorers in the 1500s. It seems everyone is desirous of figs for good reason. The tree is easy to grow, produces abundantly for years, and the fruits are sweet and tasty eaten fresh or dried. Figs were even used as a sugar substitute during the Middle Ages. If your only experience of figs has been packaged, dried figs or Fig Newton cookies, you're missing something special.
Fresh figs are soft, sweet and creamy. They can be used in baking, to sweeten meats or in desserts. One of my favorite recipes is fresh figs topped with warm mascarpone cheese and drizzled with honey. It's to die for! The fruits are high in iron, fiber, potassium and calcium. They can also be used as a laxative, so don't go overboard when munching on these fruits. The trees can be grown outdoors in warm climates or in containers in colder climates. Either way a few trees will produce more figs than you'll ever be able to eat.