Pineapple is a delicious, nutritious fruit with its main attribute being bromelain, which is utilized for its anti-inflammatory properties. You probably don’t think about growing a pineapple when you purchase it from the grocery store.
However, this is a fun and nutritionally beneficial way to obtain pineapple. These simple steps will teach you how to grow a pineapple.
• When looking for a pineapple, search for one that has firm green leaves that have not turned yellow or brown.
• The skin on the fruit is healthy if it is golden brown.
• Twist the leaves off the top of the pineapple.
• Take off the lower leaves, and you will find the stem.
• Turn it upside down and allow it to dry for about a week.
• It is now that you can plant the crown into the soil.
• Fill a large glass with water and fit the pineapple crown inside.
• Use toothpicks to suspend the pineapple crown in the glass of water.
• The leaves should be sticking out from the top.
• Put the glass in a sunny window and wait for the roots to sprout.
• Make a pot of soil for the crown.
• Make sure that any remaining leaves are directly above the soil level.
• The plant needs to stay in a warm sunny area where the temperature is constant and somewhere between sixty and seventy degrees.
• Provide food and water for the plant.
• Water soil once a week and fertilize the plant with half-strength fertilizer twice a month during the summer.
• It could take a few years, but ultimately, you will see a red cone appearing from the center of the leaves, and there will be blue flowers.
• It will grow from the above-ground flowers and transform into luscious, succulent tropical fruit.