I was given a Dragonfruit plant (?) last year, I've no idea about the plant but it wasn't very big so figured I'd put it in a pot and work it out. It has gone absolutely nuts and I really need to do something with it. Our verandah is north facing so gets lovely winter sun, we have a shadecloth structure just out which you can see in the pictures so it stops the harsh overhead summer sun and I'm not sure if the 50% shade is too much shade for a dragonfruit. I had thought that I could put some big pots by each of the posts and grow it (maybe take some cuttings) up them but my husband doesn't think they will take the weight when fully grown. We get frosts so the only other option is to grow it somewhere that I can erect some kind of shelter from the frosts in winter, what about that dead pear tree? it's on the East side of the house but does get some of the hot west sun and in the last part of the day in summer, and that is hot enough to burn the other fruit trees in this area. Can I, or should I separate it? I believe they are best grown as a single stem up a post. The pot that it is in is a wicking pot but I suspect that it wasn't constructed well so I will have to renew it at some point and I don't want to move the plant too much because, as you would know, it is very OWee!!