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You will have an actual, large, utterly delicious pineapple in 24-36 months. We were so excited about ours, that we picked it and devoured every little morsel before I could get any more photos.The thought of growing my own pineapple always makes me smile and giggle just a little bit.all it did was sit there in the pot on my windowsill. If it smells sweet and it is starting to soften up, then just cut it. My mom sprouted an avocado pit and planted in the backyard when we lived in California.Remember to start all over again and cut the top and re-plant the top for next crop. I thought I’d share it to our 900 followers on our twitter! Love the white and blue crockery on your windowsill, where did you get it from? We only lived in the house for 20 years total and we had the best avocados I’ve ever had for as long as I can remember.We had more than we knew what to do with and right along with our lemonade/koolaid stands, we’d have an avocado stand!
The rotten apple releases gasses that induces the Pineapple plant to bear fruit. I just cut an apple in pieces and place them in the center of the Pineapple plant and cover the apple pieces with a plastic bag. I actually have one sitting on my windowsill as i type this! I have no idea where I have room in my house for such an apparently enormous plant to live, and must first find out if pineapple plants are poisonous to munch-happy cats, but… I wish I had the space to do that – and that I didn’t have cats that would chew on the leaves.
If you do not see any root sprouts when you go to plant the top don’t worry, it will still take root. The dirt should be damp or moist…not saturated and fertilize well.
This is an indoor plant, so if you do put it outside during the summer, be sure to keep a weathered eye on it.
I have no idea how long it had been planted there, but we also had an apple tree, grapefruit tree and orange tree in our yard that were pretty big. The first time I tried planting a Pineapple, it was taking forever and I searched the WEB for info.
The avocados were absolutely delicious- much better than from in the store. I was told that it took 18 to 24 months for it to bear fruit.