Regrowing a Pineapple from a Pineapple

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Regrowing a Pineapple from a Pineapple? Have you heard of Re-growing Green Onions from Green Onions?  It works!  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!

Simply cut off the top of your pineapple and place it in a bowl with some water to let it root (I did this for 7-10 days).  Next plant it into potting soil and water. It 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!

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Comments

  1. How long does it take once you plant it in the dirt?
    Thanks for these great tips!!

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