USA SELLER Dragon Fruit Mix (Red,purple, Yellow,White) 5 of each color for a total of 20+ seeds HEIRLOOM . Shipped with USPS with the pandemic shipping can take up to 14 days PLEASE NOTE THE SEEDS ARE ALL MIXED TOGETHER PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE SEEDS ARE MIXED TOGETHER IN ONE ZIP LOCK BAG 100% Brand New and high quality There are 4 different colors (Yellow, Red, White, Purple)pitaya seeds, Mix color packaged in bag Our seeds are very easy to cultivate and the survival rate is very high from upto 80%, but due to a lot of natural factors. We do not guarantee that the seeds will 100% sprouted and the color will be same as pictures which just for sample. Pitaya Fruit, Pitahaya Fruit or commonly known as the Dragon fruit is among the most nutritious and wonderful exotic fruits. It is a favorite to many, particularly people of Asian origin. It features a mouth watering light sweet taste, an intense shape and color, not forgetting its outstanding flowers. In addition to being tasty and refreshing, this beautiful fruit boasts of a lot of water and other vital minerals with varied nutritional ingredients. How to sow It is important to note that Dragon Fruit is a sub-tropical plant & is NOT a desert cactus! Scatter the tiny seeds onto a mix of fine potting soil mixed with peat moss or something to boost the water retention. Then cover the seeds with another fine covering of potting soil or soil & sand mixture. Be careful to keep the pot warm & damp but NOT wet! Try to maintain a steady temperature between 16c to 22c. Germination should take between 2 - 4 weeks. Strangely the first 2 leaves look like typical succulent cotyledons. These are the only leaves that the plant will ever produce! the next growth will be the triangular shape stem which is the true growth habit of the plant. There will be small spikes at intervals on the stem. Once the stems have 4 - 6 true leaves you can repot into individual pots. Make sure to give them plenty of sunlight once they germinate to avoid the plants becoming spindly. The plants sometimes put out Ariel roots & love to pull moisture from the environment they grow in. Adding peat moss to the compost will help to encourage moisture retention & rapid growth. BUT do not be tempted to leave the sitting in wet compost..... they must be able to free drain!