Hylocereus Guatemalensis. This variety is a cross between a Nicaraguan and Guatemalan Pitahaya and is considered to be one of the better tasting varieties at the Pitaya Festival held in Southern California. Condor is a fast grower when provided with ideal conditions. The stems are three-sided with small thorns, typical looking of Hylocereus Guatemalensis. heavy pruning is recommended. The flowers of Condor are very similar to other H. Guatemalensis and are self-pollinating.
The fruit is large with bright purple flesh. The exterior skin is light green with pink hues that gets a little darker as the bright fruit becomes ripe. Average weight 1 to 1.5 pounds, and average brix 19.
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