Pineapple plants are a type of Bromeliad, and are native to South America, the pineapples themselves are the fruit of the plant It lives in dry, well-drained, tropical habitats. The impressive, sword-like leaves reach lengths of 72 inches. The fruit grows on stout stems
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Pineapples love bright, direct sunlight and will do best in a south-facing location in your home
Soil: Pineapples need a neutral to mildly acidic pH, ranging from 4.5 to 6.5. Soils that are too alkaline require a sulfur treatment to lower the pH.
Watering: They do not need a lot of water, so wait until the soil has dried out before watering
Temperature: Pineapples love warm, sunny conditions. Keep it at warm room temperature, ideally between 22 and 28 degrees Celcius.
Fertilizer: The plants need nitrogen for proper fruit development, Fertilize young pineapple plants every month, using a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer. When the pineapple is six months old, apply the fertilizer only to the soil to prevent burning the mature leaves.