this year I planted pineapple 5 of them

three are doing good :)
Strawberry patch
another angle of the stawberry plants

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  • Jeanette S
    on Jul 6, 2012

    Reminds me of my mother. When she bought a fresh pineapple, she would cut the top off about 1-1/2" from where the green joined the fruit and then burry that 1-1/2" below the dirt in a bit pot. She would actually get a pineapple up on a stem! I don't think any of them ever matured, but we all thought it was exciting!

  • Keith-aka-Wally
    on Sep 15, 2016

    I got 8 pineapple this year and planted more. The shoots produced after the fruit can be removed and planted

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