I shared with you how to re-grow celery from celery and re-grow green onions from green onions and decided to try this method on a Pineapple too!
To try this simply cut off the top of your pineapple and plant it into potting soil and water. They will grow into another pineapple. You do need lots of sun for this method so I suggest the summer to try it! This is a way to save money!
I have really enjoyed this tip for myself! Hope you enjoy!
Commented 7 days ago
Yummm! Think I'll try this, too! I have a lot fo patience when it comes to my 'green thumb'
Difficult, messy beyond belief. More expensive than we thought. Wanted to cry & give up....at one point I hated them, but now, ah....I have to admit, well, you decide... Do they look good? Oh yeah, was it worth it? Yes it was.
Commented on Aug 10, 2012
Well, congrats that all the hard work paid off for you. But in my opinion dark countertops
like these are ugly. I don't understand why everyone goes for these dark kitchens today. Dark appliances, dark countertops, dark cupboards. I like light-colored, bright countertops in a nice light kitchen.
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Commented on Aug 01, 2012
Well, I love green all right. But this, in my humble opinion, is just too much. This color
would look good as window trim on the outside of a nice bright yellow house, and maybe on some lawn furniture, or a bed quilt. Or even a backyard children's playhouse. But this is too much of this shade of green inside the house. Too overwhelming. Maybe if it were a different green, a pale green, or even a sage green. While this IS a lovely bright shade of green, I feel that this is the wrong use for it. My favorite color for a kitchen is light yellow. That nice pale shade of yellow that looks like lemon pudding (not that lemon curd or lemon cheese for meringue pies, but pale, creamy, lemon pudding.) I guess pale yellow was a popular color for kitchens in those old, turn-of-the century homes, and that is the color yellow I like for a kitchen. And light blue in a bedroom. But some of today's bright, glowing, neon colors make me nauseous. Ewww!
Whew! Glad I don't drink the stuff anymore! I gave up coke about 7 years ago and all other
soda, except mineral water, about 2 years ago. I got tired of all the sugar keeping me awake at night, and having major sugar crashes around mid-afternoon during the day. Now I like mineral water, iced-tea, milk, O.J., and lemonade. But I have heard of using it on car battery terminals, my brother used to do that. And I saw on MSN online about using it to clean the toilet.