This Honduran variety produces sweet 3/4 pound crimson red fruit encased in a red skin with green fins. One of the earliest to flower, it also can self pollinate, making it a good choice for the beginning grower. In comparison to other varieties, it is a rather slow grower, but fairly productive.
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So far I have purchased about a dozen varieties of dragon fruit from Cal Poly Pomona Nursery. They were shipped promptly and very well packaged. On delivery in April they were well rooted small plants a few inches tall. It's now late July, about 3 months since receiving most of them, and most have grown to a height of two to three feet. The Zamorano variety is typical, having grown from 5" to 36", and I have taken four cuttings from it that rooted easily and now range from about 3" to 12" in height.
I'm not familiar with this variety and did not know much information about it but I purchased it anyway just to give it a try. The plant looks great too like the other ones.