Pineapple “Ananas Comosus”
- Plant Care
The Pineapple plant is part of the Bromeliad family, which mainly thrive in the tropical Americas. When the pineapple plant matures, it will send up a flower spike, except that instead of a flowering bract, it will grow a pineapple fruit on top of a stiff spine. Pineapples are not hard to grow. A successfully rooted pineapple plant will start to grow within weeks, provided it gets plenty of warmth and adequate moisture.
. If you're looking for a fun gardening project (with a sweet payoff!) this might just be it. The plants are attractive, too, with a rosette of spiky, exotic-looking leaves and an interesting flower spike. Although like many house plants, the pineapple is a good air purifier.
- Pineapples prefer full sun, so give them plenty of light—at least six to eight hours a day.Pineapples will grow more slowly if they're not receiving enough water, but they are generally more tolerant of being under-watered rather than over-watered.Plant pineapples in moist but well-drained soil.15 – 35 °CUse a general-purpose slow-release fertilizer during growing season.
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