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Purple Haze Pitaya, Dragon Fruit

Purple Haze Pitaya, Dragon Fruit

Regular price $79.95 USD
Regular price $109.95 USD Sale price $79.95 USD
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  • Purple Haze Pitaya - Tropical Delight for Your Garden!

    • Exotic Beauty: Unleash the allure of the Purple Haze Pitaya, an exotic cactus tree that adds a touch of magic to your landscape.

    • Spectacular Flowers: Watch in awe as this stunning plant produces large, white flowers with a sweet fragrance, creating an enchanting atmosphere.

    • Versatile and Hardy: Thriving in dry areas, this climbing vine boasts tropical appeal, making it a perfect addition to any garden.

    • Grown in Florida: Cultivated with care in our Homestead nursery, benefiting from Florida's subtropical weather for strong growth.

    • Ready to Flourish: Your Purple Haze Pitaya arrives in a 3-gallon container, already 6-12 months old, ready to blossom and bear fruit.

    • Elevate Your Garden: Add a touch of elegance with a 2-3 feet or taller Purple Haze Pitaya, a conversation starter for any landscape.

    • Low Maintenance: Enjoy the beauty without the fuss - this plant requires minimal care, making gardening a breeze.

    • Perfect for Fruit Lovers: Taste the delectable, vibrant fruits of the Purple Haze Pitaya, packed with flavor and nutrients.

    Unleash the tropical magic of the Purple Haze Pitaya in your garden today. Elevate your landscape with its exotic charm and indulge in its delightful fruits. Experience the allure of Everglades Farms' Purple Haze Pitaya and create a paradise of your own. Don't miss out - order now and let the enchantment begin!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Teddy Luna
Quality Plant

Nice Quality dragon fruit plant. The plant was packed and shipped nicely with no damage. Thank you Everglades Farm

Steven B
2.5 in one

Came with two plants rooted and on hanging free with a long dangling root that reached into the dirt to keep itself alive. I separated them, and now have three (assuming the third one makes it).