Have you ever wanted to grow your own adorable pineapple indoors? With the Bromeliad Pineapple, you can! This bromeliad sprouts a fun ornamental pineapple from a whorl of long green leaves. Sure to spark a conversation with your next dinner guests, you’ll know your pineapple fruit has reached maturity when it turns fragrant and a brighter shade of yellow. Although this variety is not grown for edible consumption, it’s still a unique gift or addition to any personal collection.
Details & Care
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MD—12"-16" tall (including recycled plastic Ecopot) Size Guide
Yes—Bromeliads are not known to be toxic, but can cause contact dermatitis.
Yes—Releases oxygen and absorbs pollutants
- Healthy plant pre-potted with premium soil
- Plant size: 12″-16″ tall (including pot)
- Ecopots pot and saucer
- Pot size: 8″ in diameter, 7″ tall
- Saucer size: 6.5″ in diameter
- All the tips and tricks for expert-level care
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When you order a Bromeliad Pineapple you’re not just gifting the perfect present or adding more foliage to your home, you’re ordering a tropical experience. Every plant arrives with an adorable pineapple above its green leaves. While the Bromeliad Pineapple will only grow one pineapple per plant, it should grow “pups” from the mother plant which will eventually grow their own fruit. What’s best is that this bromeliad is easy to care for, meaning you can enjoy this natural wonder without much work.
Bromeliad Pineapples are native to South America. However, they are grown in many locations around the world for the cultivation of their fruit. Your Bromeliad Pineapple is ornamental, so it will not grow as large as an edible commercial pineapple. Keep in indirect bright light and only water when the soil volume is almost all the way dry.
Please note: the exact size and color of the fruit may vary from plant to plant.Additional Resources: