Easy Dragon Fruit Propagation and Pruning Technique

The time has come to begin moving the Epic dragon fruit, and the first step is pruning it down to size. Dragon fruit pruning is pretty simple: remove stems that are too long or unlikely to be productive. In my case, those were the ones growing all over my house.

As for dragon fruit propagation, take 8-12″ cuttings, let dry for 5-7 days to callous over, and then plant them into pots, stake them up, and wait until you see new stem growth. That’s really all there is to it!

0:00 – Intro
2:45 – Pruning and Cuttings
7:24 – Potting Up


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