The dragon fruit is part of the Hycocereus Undatus family, thus making it one of the widespread red dragon fruit. Typically, the fruit has creamy pulp, or flesh if you like. The fruit originates from the dragon fruit cactus plant, which usually appears like vines.
The plants are drought-tolerant, grows on limestone soils as well as on acid sands, but the soil should be well drained.
It blooms a few times annually, blossoming with beautiful huge aromatic buds.