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So after trying and trying to grow a pineapple from using just the top of a used pineapple, I am happy to present to you that It has finally happened. It seems as though all of my plants like it much better in Florida, rather than when we were in South Carolina. I have a lot of plants, and honestly, I have never been known to have a “green thumb,” Ever! Over the years I have probably killed more plants than any plant company sells within a five year span,(and I am talking about big stores, not small ones!) But maybe this wasn’t my fault, maybe it hade a lot to do with the weather. Everyone knows that Florida is known for its sunshine. However, SC is totally opposite; some days it’s cold, then some days it’s hot, but almost all the days are with an overcast which does not seem to be very healthy for plants. Unless of course you have a green thumb, and then I’m pretty sure you can grow anything, anywhere. And for that I envy you! I think I tried to grow a pineapple plant from 2 or 3 different pineapples before moving back to Florida, non of which had any success, until now.
All of my plants seem to love this sunshine! They are all doing really well. Just growing, growing, growing! Mostly I have pathos plants: I have a lot of pathos plants. I initially, only had one big pathos; but I then decided that I would try to grow a few from using just the cuttings, and I am happy with the results. Actually I now have 12 plants all from just the cuttings of one pathos! These plants, I have found are easy to care for, and that is great for my struggling green thumb! Oh well, enough of the pathos!
Back to the pineapple plant, it is crazy, as I said, this is about the 3rd time I have attempted to grow one from the left over pineapple top. Normally the top seemed to just rot away after I would plant it in a planting pot, but this time, I not only have a new growth from it, yet I have two new plants growing on both sides of the one pineapple top that I first planted! I’m a little confused by this, I thought that the pineapple top that I planted would possibly continue to grow, but it really has not grown much at all, it instead grew two new sprouts, one on each side of the old pineapple top? Oh well, I may not understand it, but I’m still content! Has this happened to any of you? Or am I the only crazy person who took on this challenge?