Here's my 1 gal Phoenix Red Dragonfruit forming a flowerbud. I'm not a horticulturalist, but I think it depends on the maturity of the source of the cutting.
wow, that's awesome, pretty much every source i've read have said that it needs to be atleast 10 lbs of growth before flowering.
i've had mine in small pots, and under half shade the past 2 years, got lots of thin growth but no flowers yet. i'm in the process of slowly constructing 3 trellises out in the yard so they can get full sun.
it looks pretty.how old is that dragon fruit? i am trying to grow it from seed.now i have the seeds sprouting in the pot but am not sure if it will make it. any advise on how to grow it from seed ? will it grow in dfw area where it hit 100's during this summer? thanks !
Shawna, it would be best to root cuttings. I can give you some. I have around 9 varieties of dragonfruit. Contact me privately