7 Easy Steps Toward Growing A Pineapple At Home

Date December 1, 2017

Pineapple is one of the most popular tropical fruits on the planet. It’s not only tasty but rather beneficial for human health. It is a source of vitamins and minerals essential for our organism. Eating pineapples helps improve the immune system, strengthen bones, and even help in weight loss.

Pineapple is a truly magical fruit, but sometimes it’s a bit expensive to buy it in a store and we can’t be sure about its quality there. In such case, there is a great option. We can grow a pineapple at home. It is easier than it seems. Just follow these 7 simple steps and you can enjoy the taste of this delicious exotic fruit which you grow by yourself.

Getting ready for growing a pineapple at home

    1. Take a fresh pineapple with green leaves. Its peel should be of golden brown color.
    2. Cut off the top and pull off the bottom leaves. Remove the flesh but try not to damage the peel.
    3. Leave a top part of the pineapple to dry until its leaves will become stiff. It usually takes about a week.
    4. Then place the top part of the pineapple into a glass of water and wait until the roots appear. Change water every two days.
    5. Now it’s time to plant it into a soil. Pick up the ordinary one for domestic plants. Make sure the leaves are above the soil.
    6. Keep the plant in a warm and light place. The soil must always be a little bit moist but not wet. It’s recommended to pour the pineapple once per week.
    7. Wait until the plant starts flowering. Usually, it takes about 6-7 months.

You can watch a detailed tutorial on how to grow a pineapple at home in the video below.

Video tutorial

It appears that growing a pineapple at home is really simple. The best thing is that you can enjoy this awesome tropical fruit at any time of the year.

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The advice provided in this article is for informational purposes only. Some of the suggestions presented in this article may be harmful to health or may be dangerous. The editorial board does not guarantee any results and does not bear any responsibility for harm or other consequences that may be caused by using the information provided in the article.