The dragon fruit, also known as "pitahaya", is a tropical fruit known for its vibrant, red skin and sweet, seed-speckled pulp. Its unique look and acclaimed superfood powers have made it a popular fruit choice. The flesh, which is eaten raw, is mildly sweet and low in calories. The dragon fruit sets on the cactus-like trees 30 to 50 days after flowering and can sometimes have 5 to 6 cycles of harvests per year.
- Vietnamese Jaina (Zones 10-11)