Red H14 dragon fruit is a hybrid variety between the Vietnam White and a red variety from Colombia. This variety adapts well to areas with lots of sunlight from 15-35C. With more sunlight, the sugar content in the fruits will increase. Its fruits have red skin, red flesh and taste juicy & sweet.
Purple Pink LD5
The LD5 variety is a cross between Long Dinh Red (as the mother) and Cho Gao White (as the father). The branch grows quite strongly. LD5 may throw out its first flowers 8-9 months after planting. The average fruit weighs about 300-380 grams with a BRIX sweetness score from 15-18%. The yield can be from 2-10 kg per post.
Taiwan Red produces quite a lot of fruits. The inside of the fruits has a more purple-red color. Its sweetness is about 16-18% with good nutritional value rich in vitamins and minerals. Taiwan Red is a favorite choice as rootstocks for dragon fruit grafters. Because their branches grow strongly with a good root system that can withstand diseases from the soil.
Malay Purple makes it way into acidic, barren soil farms because of its high adaptability & resistance to diseases. The growing period of the Malay Purple is long, meaning, you can expect continued fruit production for a longer time span. From the initial 1600 starter branches, after a year, a farmer was able to harvest 6 tons of fruits from this variety. Its fruits have an attractive look with a purple color on the inside. To some people, this tastes more flavorful than the white variety.