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Quote from: merce3 on November 13, 2016, 01:58:40 PMany info on makisupa? never heard of that one. or any others that are on the top of your list?Full Description: HYLOCEREUS POLYRHIZUS HYBRID-'MAKISUPA'- Is a self polinating, very fertile and produces an abundance of 3/4 lb fruit that has a nice reddish pulp color with a smooth texture, skin is light pink, sweet-tangy and juicy, great for cocktails or fresh fruit smoothies.Fruit can be eaten fresh in hand or in jams, as a garnish or juice in drinks. Huge nocturnal blooms over 15" across. Same growing medium as Epis but likes shade at the feet and the top growth likes to reach full sun to bloom well.If your coastal it can handle full sun. Blooms all summer, fruits are developed after blooming and ripen by fall. Very profuse! HYLOCEREUS HYBRID -MAKISUPA an easy to grow Hylocereus that grows well with almost no spotting and is a reliable bloomer/fruit producer, usually blooms mid to late summer-likes the heat, fruit is usually ripe by late summer or fall. Roots easy just like Epiphyllums.
any info on makisupa? never heard of that one. or any others that are on the top of your list?
As for the purple flowered variety, any idea who created that? I've got one with a flower just like that in Australia and that's not what it was called when I purchased it.
Quote from: Rannman on December 29, 2016, 04:42:22 AM As for the purple flowered variety, any idea who created that? I've got one with a flower just like that in Australia and that's not what it was called when I purchased it.Maybe this fellow?https://beta.groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/PitayaFruit/conversations/topics/8504
Out of these, what two do you think have the best/sweetest flavor?Natural mysticMakisupaFlorida red sweetAmerican beautyHaleys comet
Do you still have potted plants for sale?
Looking for 2-3 potted types self fruitingNot sure what you would suggest
Do you still have cuttings available?