Choose between dragon fruit seeds or cuttings from an already developing plant.
Which one you choose all depends on time. If you’re growing dragon fruit from seeds, it could be two years or so before your plant bears any fruit. If you grow from the cuttings of a stem, it could take much less time (depending on how large your cutting is).
- Growing from seed isn’t harder, for the record. It just takes more time.
- Professional growers sell dragon fruit plants that are ready to be transplanted to your garden. Just be careful as you’re taking them out of the pot, to ensure that you don’t damage the seedlings.