Dragon Fruit Seeds

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The Dragon Fruit looks as though it has just been lit on fire! The exotic cactus fruit has a sweet flavor, something between a watermelon, kiwi, and pear.  The mythical nickname of “Dragon Fruit” comes from the fruit’s hot pink color and green flame-like covering. The inside is a pink gel-like meat similar to that of a kiwi. In addition to being a delicious tropical fruit, the Dragon Fruit has many health benefits. The Dragon Fruit can be grown as a house plant.

Our complete tropical fruit seed collection includes  Key LimeMeyer LemonBlood OrangeMangoKiwano Horned MelonDragon Fruit (Pitaya)Hass Avocado, and Papaya seeds. Our tropical fruit seeds combined with our pepper seeds provide growers with a unique experience: paradise and a little spice!

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  • 5
    Superb quality seeds

    Posted by A.J.Klein on 31st Oct 2022

    They sprouted!

  • 5
    sprouting already!

    Posted by Rob D on 6th Jul 2020

    thanks for the great seeds

  • 5

    Posted by AZ Gardner on 11th May 2018

    After shopping around and evaluating different seed companies, I decided to order several different seeds from Tyler Farms and I am so glad that I did. My small package of seeds arrived within a week of when I ordered them and I am on my way towards creating an edible garden.

  • 5
    All is good

    Posted by Claire from Colorado on 8th Aug 2017

    Thanks! Fast shipment! Reasonable cost!

  • 5
    Fresh seeds

    Posted by Ryan on 6th Aug 2017

    The seeds are very fresh and have already started growing. I would buy again.

  • 5
    Delicious fruit

    Posted by Buck on 10th Jul 2017

    This fruit is very easy to grow and it has such an interesting look to it. I planted all of the seeds you sent and had great germination rates.

  • 5
    Cool fruit

    Posted by Shanon on 3rd Jul 2017

    I never kneww these grew like a small cactus. SO COOL. Almost all of my seeds sprouted and now I have a ton of pitaya plants growing. :)

  • 5

    Posted by tony on 12th Jun 2017

    Thanks for the fast shipping. So far so good