Pineapples are native to tropical mountains in Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. They are all cultivated. No wild pineapples have been found. Pineapple was introduced to various regions in southern China from the end of the 16th century. The cultivation of pineapples in China is mainly concentrated in Taiwan, Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian, Hainan, and so on.
Pineapples are herbaceous plants. They neither grow on trees nor in the soil. They grow on the ground like cabbage. The pineapple is mainly planted with more waterlogging. It does not have high soil requirements, but it is not suitable for survival in neutral or alkaline soil. It is more suitable for pineapple growth in places with more precipitation and uniformity.
Mature pineapples will have a yellow skin, and you will smell a faint scent of pineapple as soon as you approach the pineapple orchard. The flowering period of pineapple generally extends from summer to winter. Its stems have many short leaves, and the flesh part is in the middle of the leaves. The rosettes are arranged in a sword shape. Mature pineapples need to be harvested manually. Orchards will hire workers to cut the pineapples neatly with sharp scissors, and then pack them in trucks and distribute them to suppliers.
The editor of 3trivia teaches you how to grow a pineapple pot at home. First buy fresh pineapples with leaves from the supermarket. After eating the pineapples, leave the pineapples on top. Put the pineapple top in a sunny place for three days, then put the leaves of the pineapple top down in a large water glass, and insist on changing the water every morning and evening. After a few days, the top of this pineapple will have roots. Place the rooting place in a flower pot and bury the bottom with soil. Water it often and pay attention to the moderate temperature. This way, you can cultivate your own pineapples next year!