How to Grow a Pineapple From a Pineapple Top
Grow a pineapple from a pineapple top. Within 2 weeks, some nice roots should develop. With time, the pineapple leaves will also get longer and bigger. Also, it's good to change the water, clean the jar occasionally, and wash off any green algae on the roots. Plant in soil when ready. In about 2 years it will produce fruit. (hate that they said in 2 yrs... TWO WHOLE YEARS!!!?????? ugh!! ~dahni)
You don't need to plant your pineapple plant in dirt...I have a bunch of plants well over a year old living and thriving in pure water...Start them outside in a glass jar, Half day sun and then bring them in as a beautiful sunny window plant..when you trim the yellow leaves cut a triangle to match the normal tips :)
Growing Pineapple Plants from Pineapple Tops Review – Does it Work?
Pineapple Plants from Pineapple Tops The Good: Easy – sprouting your own pineapple is about as easy as it gets Is a great learning opportunity for the kids The Bad: Takes 2-3 years for a mature fruit to grow You typically only get one pineapple per plant Plants must be kept indoors if you live in a climate that has a cold winter