How To Grow Pineapple From Seeds?

The pineapple fruit is not a botanical berry but is an aggregate accessory fruit.

Pineapples are tropical plants, so they can’t tolerate frost. They thrive best in full sun and require well-drained, sandy soil.

Pineapples are considered perennials and can live for up to 50 years.

The plant dies after it fruits, but offsets, or “pups” as they are commonly known, sprout from the mother plant’s base.

These pups can be planted to produce new plants.

Pineapple seeds can be collected from ripe pineapples. The seeds are tiny and numerous.

Unless you have a greenhouse, it’s unlikely that pineapple seeds will germinate inside your home; pineapples need 85 degrees Fahrenheit (29 C.) for germination.

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