Dragon fruit, or pitaya, is a tropical fruit you may have seen in your local market. This bright pink, scaly fruit comes from a long, winding cactus of the same name. Dragon fruit can easily be grown at home with warmer temperatures and sufficient space.
- Soak seeds for 24 hours in water.
- Place seeds on a wet paper towel for about 3 days before being transferred to soil.
- The seeds should then be kept moist and warm until they sprout roots and leaves, which usually takes about 2 weeks.