17 Delicious Pictures of Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit, or “pitahaya,” is one of the most amazing and delicious fruits of the cactus family. It has the sweetness of kiwis, strawberries and pears. The fruit can be used in all types of food and drinks, such as ice cream, juices, yogurts, sorbets and many more. Their colorfulness and unique texture also make them interesting fruits to photograph.

Dragon Fruit by Madeleine Ball

Dragon Fruit by Madeleine Ball

Purple Dragon Fruit by Mike Behnken

Purple Dragon Fruit by Mike Behnken

Dragon Fruit by angela n.

Dragon Fruit by angela n.

Dragon Fruit Baby by Mor Shvartzberg

Dragon Fruit Baby by Mor Shvartzberg

Dragon Fruit by Lucas Jans

Dragon Fruit by Lucas Jans

Dragon Fruit by Mike Fernwood

Dragon Fruit by Mike Fernwood

Dragon Fruit by The Green Diva

Dragon Fruit by The Green Diva

Dragon Slain by John Loo

Dragon Slain by John Loo

Dragons on Dragons by michael davis-burchat

Dragons on Dragons by michael davis-burchat

Dragon Fruit by Guian Bolisay

Dragon Fruit by Guian Bolisay

Dragon Fruit by Michelle Tribe

Dragon Fruit by Michelle Tribe

Dragon Fruit by Dennis Brekke

Dragon Fruit by Dennis Brekke

Dragon Fruit by katsuuu 44

Dragon Fruit by katsuuu 44

Dragon Fruit by katsuuu 44

Dragon Fruit by katsuuu 44

Dragon Fruit by Amy Ross

Dragon Fruit by Amy Ross

Dragon Fruit by Paul Hessels

Dragon Fruit by Paul Hessels

Dragon Fruit by Cheon Fong Liew

Dragon Fruit by Cheon Fong Liew




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Jen
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did not know about this fruit.
I was wondering that there are not enough varieties of fruits to choose from.

Tilza Almeida
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Parabéns, gostaria de saber se posso postar algumas imagens no face free, amei tudo é uma benção este dom maravilhoso Deus abençoe.

Donna Tait
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The dragon fruit is something that I have not tasted, however I also know that it is used in some types of skin care product’s. The photo’s of it are certainly lovely and inviting, and I was wondering what it’s native country was? Beautiful color and center, yummy looking!

Kath Jacquier
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Thailand, china Vietnam. It will grow in any tropical climate with nil frost.
I live on the fringe of the dessert hot days and cool to very cold nights. I am told if sheltered it will do okay.
I am about to plant one so wish me luck! Kath

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