Saturday, June 30, 2012

Baby pineapple….

Gorgeous little tropical growers…

they really do want to please.



Plunk ‘em in a silver trophy pot…that is celebrating someone else's 25th anniversary…

that you maybe found at a thrift store

add water.

And lookie cookie…


If you buy a whole pineapple at the grocery store…

enjoy the fruit…then lop the green top off. Leave about 1 inch of fruit

Plant it in your yard….or in a pot

and let it grow.


Friendly pineapple advice.

You’re welcome.

Didn't know you even needed pieapple advice...did'ja?


An Urban Cottage said...

Hey, Pineapple Girl,

Might I suggest a baby pina colada!


Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...


Baby slayer!


Kristin Lea said...

I love pineapples. I am obsessed with them. Not just eating them, but decorating with them, I dunno what it is about them, but I think they are beautiful. Thanks for posting!!

vicki archer said...

I didn't ... but I do love a little pineapple advice from time to time... xv

Anonymous said...

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Have a great week.

LOVE Maria at

Jane said...

Glad you mentioned this...I had forgotten about planting the pineapple tops. Heading to the store today, for a pineapple!!!


somepinkflowers said...

i had forgotten this nature trick!

as i child
i thought
this was Pure Magic!

as an adult
i know
it is.

rjerdee said...

cute! i grew a pineapple once...upon a time

Unknown said...

Love it! Reminds me of my time in Costa Rica, missing it! I´m gonna do this when we get home after summer holidays :)

Have a great sunday evening :)

Carla Aston said...

Wow. So simple! And I thought you needed to live in Hawaii.

Unknown said...

Idefinitely need pinapple advice.i even hane that same container but mine is very tarnished....betterget my silver polish out.

Melissa said...

Been meaning to try that for the longest time but just not sure I have enough light in the house for it.

I like the suggestion for a baby pina colada. ha!

Karen Deborah said...

I'm having my 25th anniversary this year and am actually pretty excited that we made it! We have been know to forget and be pretty blase about anniversaries in general but not this one. He has been warned. I digress however,
does this work if the pineapple top has dried out already? And can you just keep getting pineapples to eat? It's probably hot enough long enough there. Although it is plenty HAWT right now. I came over looking for some water and iced drinks. Whooo it's been a bakin couple of weeks.

Sydney Steenland said...

i'm always up for some pineapple advice! I've got my baby pineapple thriving away on the boat.....the only thing I can't kill.

Sar x

My Notting Hill said...

I never knew you could do that - thanks for sharing!

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Yeah...even when they are kinda brown (not dried and shrivelled totally brown) you can do this....look Sarah grows hers on a boat...and they are happy! Nothing to lose in trying, anyways. Happy fourth to you all...and to all a baby pina colada. oooofff.

anita said...

your so funny, you get me everytime!!!!

Luminous Journey said...

I just totally enjoyed watching my pineapple mature. One day it 'listed' over and I plunked it. It was green in color. Kept it on my surfboard bar to adore it until it got a yellow hue to it. I then drew was way more prickly to hold than when it was newly picked... Sliced off 1" as directed...ate the beauty..yum. Put it in vanilla yogurt. wow. thanks for your advice. i cannot wait to see it grow again! D


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