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How To Grow A Pineapple In A Pot.

Updated on October 14, 2016
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How To Grow The Pineapple's Plant.

It is fascinating to grow another pineapple. You will need to buy a yellow pineapple. When you are ready to eat your pineapple. Make sure that you cut the foliages with a half inch of the pineapple fruit. This will allow the entire foliages to grow roots, so when you transfer the foliages to the soiled potted.The plant will grow and it will not die. Next, you will find the instructions on how to prepare the plant to get a beautiful delicious pineapple.

1 You are going to need a knife to cut the foliages that are attached to the fruit.

2 You will need a vase with water. Because pineapples grow in different sizes. You will need to get the vase that it is the correct size for the foliage and the piece of pineapple.

3 After the foliages attach to the half inch fruit is cut in a complete circle. You need to have the vase or glass full with cold water. Insert the foliages attach to the half inch fruit inside the vase or glass.

4 Keep your vase or glass with the pineapple

Plant Inside A Glass Full With Water.

How Much Water Is Important.

You need to check the water inside the vase every three days to fill it with water and to maintain the water level full. This will allow the foliages to keep the fresh green look.

To Get Good Results.

How Much Sunlight You Need.

It is Important that you have the perfect spot for your vase with the water and the plant. The perfect spot is by the window with shade and a few minutes of the sunlight. You need to find the perfect window that will give you good results.

After, you transfer your foliages to the pot with soil. You need to make sure that the pot with the plant has enough shade with a few minutes of sunlight. You need to water your plant' s soil every week, or as it needs to keep the soil moist.

What To Spect During The growing Time.

If it rains, and your plant is getting a lot of water. It is ok. The pineapple is going to be good to eat. You need to wait about two or three months to see a pineapple growing in the middle of the foliages. Then, you need to wait to cut the pineapple. Until it is yellow.

There Are Many Ways To Eat The Pineapple.

1 You can make different kinds of drinks. You need to Google, and you will find out many recipes.

2 You can cut small pieces and add it to the salad.

3 You can add small pieces to the Pizza.

4 You can make pies and pastries.

5 You can make candies.

6 You can make marmalade or jelly.

Were To Buy Your pot And Soil.

Home Depo has a garden needs section. You can find soil from 2.99 Dollars up to 11.99 Dollars. They have any size pots. Good luck growing your pineapple. Enjoy your entire time growing the pineapple.

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      Ana Maria Orantes 

      3 years ago from Miami Florida

      You are welcome miss peach purple. Good luck planting your pineapple. It takes a lot of dedication like anything that you want to grow. It is best if you grow it during the winter. Then, you do not have to worry about watering every day.

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      3 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      this time, i will plant the pineapple without cutting off the foliage. thanks

    • erorantes profile imageAUTHOR

      Ana Maria Orantes 

      3 years ago from Miami Florida

      Thank you for your testimony. It is a great supportive comment mister HappyTom LM. I am happy that you took the time to respond. Yes, it does work . The technique for the pineapple is fantastic. The other fruit is a good three too. You are correct about both.

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      Tom Christen 

      3 years ago from Switzerland/Ecuador

      This is great. I already done that for several times. And it really works. I also did it once with an Avocado seed, goes perfectly too.

    • erorantes profile imageAUTHOR

      Ana Maria Orantes 

      4 years ago from Miami Florida

      I am glad . I was able to help you figure out about the pineapple growing. If you grow a few pineapples in a line. You can make a good fance. I love pineapples. They are delicious. Good luck growing the pineapple miss zussettenapples.

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      Suzette Walker 

      4 years ago from Taos, NM

      This is really interesting. I never thought of growing a pineapple in a pot. Actually, I didn't realize this could even be done. You give good instructions that are easy to follow. Thanks for sharing.


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