Although it has been introduced abroad, the pineapple (Ananas comosus) is a native of tropical and subtropical America. The fruit has become a recognizable component of rice, fish, vegetables, and meat meals. Pineapples are tropical fruits that are loved by many. They are sweet and juicy and have a unique flavor that many love.
This is something a little different. With Summer right around the corner that means pineapples are popping up at your grocery stores normally for a good deal too! Have you heard you can grow a pineapple from the top of the one you bought? Yep, it does take some time... 2+ years time but if you enjoy grown fruit and vegetables like I do its worth the wait plus its a pretty plant. Here is how you do it, with photos to help Step 1: Cut the top off, easy enough. Step 2: Grab the leaves…
Did you know that you can grow fresh pineapple fruit from the grocery store as houseplants? It’s super easy, even if you live somewhere colder than Florida. Find out what you need to know about growing Ananas comosus, or pineapple plants, using our best DIY tips. #howto #grow #pineapple #plant
Yes, you can propagate a pineapple plant from the top of the fruit using a pineapple from the grocery store. This shows you how to prepare the fruit, take the right cutting, and root it in water for a new plant.