Pitaya (dragonfruit) in May? The last time I wrote about the dragonfuit growing it was early September. I think July is the normal beginning of its season, but I could be wrong. I'm not sure the first two fruit will survive. But this time I did remember to take photos of it on its big night out. This is a series of photos that tells the story itself. All it needs is the follow up when we see if we get two fruit or not.
The first pic below was taken at 5pm
This photo was taken at 8pm.
midnight. all opened up.
4pm today, finished, now it'll work on developing the fruit.
If you checked my link above from a previous pitaya post, this is what the plant looks like now. It seems to like it on our side of the wall. And we like it!