Quick Tip: Pineapple Plant!
Some people just love tropical plants. But some climates don’t favor exotic plants and fruits. There are some tips and tricks that work, regardless of the climate. If you plan on enjoying a winter of fresh tropical fruit, now’s your chance. If you cut the top of a pineapple off and try to replant it, it will soon grow and mix with the other plant. Make sure to peel off the leaves found at the bottom otherwise they’ll wither and rot. Put the sliced pineapple part into a wet saucer and let it form roots. Wait for three weeks or more till you see the new roots popping up. Once the roots start to show, you can put the new plant in a pot. The soil surrounding the plant must be kept moist in an even manner. Wait a few weeks more and enjoy your new plant. It should be kept in bright, natural light and it must be watered daily. Tropical plants and fruits are delicious and they look good, too. You`ll be reminded of sunny days and summer weather with this exotic plant lying around in your house.
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