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    1. It’s a tropical fruit. They are stunning to look at. You can get them white or pink on the inside. The outside is bright pink with green leaves sprouting through the pink… like dragon scales. One day i was in our local supermarket and saw this guy in a high-vis jacket and workman’s boots. He had a dragon fruit in one hand and his phone in the other. He was talking on his phone. “Mate! You’ve gotta see this thing! It’s amazing, mate! It’s called a dragon fruit. I’m gonna buy one ’cause I’ve just gotta try it. You should see it, mate!” 🙂 That’s how cool dragon fruit are. Here are some images from Giggle. https://www.google.com/search?channel=fs&client=ubuntu&q=images+dragon+fruit

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  1. I have a dragon fruit plant climbing up against a wall inside. It hasn’t grown any fruit yet, and I’ve had it for a couple of years, but I haven’t give up hope yet. They’re really easy to grow from cuttings – I’ve accidentally knocked bits off a couple of times and just stuck them in pots and they’ve rooted.

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    1. Wow! That’s cool. Never knew you could grow them at all in this climate. You don’t need a male and female do you? I wouldn’t have a clue. I just know that Mum and Dad struggled with kiwi fruit for that reason.

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      1. They don’t have separate male and female plants, and I think it said self-fertile when I bought it. Not that it’s produced any flowers yet anyway. It’s a big scraggly looking succulent just a little short of ceiling height now. I got it at Bunnings! I haven’t seen them there recently though. Happy to pass on some cuttings.

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