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Pineapple, Anannas - Plant

Pineapple, Anannas - Plant

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  • Comes with a self watering pot
  • 3-7 Days Delivery
  • Organic
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Dive into the tropical allure of Vermi Organics' Pineapple Anannas Plant, scientifically known as Ananas comosus. A symbol of exotic sweetness and sun-soaked destinations, the Pineapple plant is not just a fruit-bearing marvel but a striking ornamental addition to gardens. Explore the vibrant world of the Ananas plant, where succulent leaves give way to the promise of delicious, homegrown pineapples.

About: Ananas comosus, commonly known as Pineapple, belongs to the Bromeliaceae family and is native to tropical regions. Revered for its delectable fruit and charismatic appearance, the Pineapple plant has become a favorite among gardening enthusiasts. Vermi Organics is thrilled to offer this tropical gem, allowing individuals to cultivate their own pineapple oasis.

Benefits: Beyond the obvious culinary delight of harvesting homegrown pineapples, the Pineapple Anannas Plant offers additional benefits. Its rosette of spiky leaves provides a unique and visually striking landscape element. Additionally, the plant contributes to the air purification process, making it a valuable addition to both indoor and outdoor spaces.

Type of Plant (Indoor or Outdoor): The Pineapple plant is versatile and can be grown both indoors and outdoors, depending on the climate. In tropical and subtropical regions, it thrives outdoors, while in colder climates, it can be grown in containers indoors and moved outside during warmer seasons. The adaptability of the Pineapple plant makes it a delightful addition to various gardening scenarios.

Care: Caring for a Pineapple Anannas Plant involves providing it with the right conditions to flourish. The plant prefers well-draining soil and a sunny location. Regular watering is essential, and it benefits from occasional feeding with a balanced fertilizer. Pineapples are relatively low-maintenance, making them an accessible choice for both novice and experienced gardeners.

Common Names: The Pineapple plant is known by various common names that highlight its global popularity. Commonly referred to simply as Pineapple, its name is derived from the Spanish word "piña," meaning pinecone, owing to the fruit's resemblance to a pinecone.


  • Scientific Name: Ananas comosus
  • Family: Bromeliaceae
  • Height: Typically grows up to 2 to 4 feet
  • Width: Rosette can spread up to 3 to 5 feet
  • Light Requirements: Full sunlight, partial shade
  • Soil: Well-draining, slightly acidic
  • Leaves: Sword-shaped, spiky, arranged in a rosette
  • Fruit: Pineapple fruit develops in the center of the rosette, comprising sweet and tangy flesh.

Special Features: The Pineapple plant boasts special features that make it a standout in any garden:

  • Fruit Production: The primary highlight is, of course, the production of delicious pineapples, providing a rewarding experience for home gardeners.
  • Ornamental Foliage: Beyond its fruit-bearing capabilities, the spiky and symmetrical leaves create a visually appealing rosette, adding ornamental value to landscapes.
  • Air-Purifying Qualities: Bromeliads, including the Pineapple plant, are known for their ability to purify the air by absorbing impurities and releasing oxygen, contributing to a healthier indoor environment.


  • Edible Delight: Harvest homegrown pineapples for a delectable and fresh addition to your culinary ventures, from snacks to desserts.
  • Ornamental Landscaping: Plant Pineapple in gardens or containers for its striking rosette of spiky leaves, creating an eye-catching focal point in landscapes.
  • Indoor Greenery: Grow Pineapple as a potted plant indoors, adding a touch of the tropics to your home decor and benefiting from its air-purifying qualities.
  • Container Gardening: Due to its adaptability to container gardening, the Pineapple plant is suitable for patios, balconies, or small outdoor spaces.
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