The Pineapple plant is the most well-known plant in the Bromeliad family and by far the most popular Bromeliad at the moment. The primeval version grows and produces blooms high in the rugged Cordilleras de los Andes mountains and deep in the warm jungles of Uruguay, where the plant can grow to a diameter of up to two meters. The Pineapple plant has a very high level of ornamental value, and how could it not? The Pineapple plant is the only Bromeliad to carry a fantastic tropical fruit on its stem. The plant smells wonderfully sweet as the fruit ripens. Although the mini pineapple looks very appetising, it is not suitable for consumption. It is an ornamental fruit.

Product details

Name: Pineapple plant
Pot size: 12cm


From light to very bright; never in direct sunlight.




1x per 2 weeks


Not required


Place the Pineapple plant in a well-lit spot in the house, but not in direct sunlight. This plant is watered in the central calyx, which is the heart of the plant from which the flower grows. From this central cup, the plant will feed itself. When water is no longer visible in the central base of the leaves the plant should be watered again. Their tropical roots make Pineapple plants excellent survivors and therefore, they require little maintenance. Pineapple plants provide an average of 3-6 months of flowering pleasure!

The Pineapple plant also easily produces new offsets next to the mother plant and with a little patience and love a new Pineapple plant can be cultivated from these.

Nice to know

Did you know that this unique 'anti-snoring' pineapple plant can ensure a good night's sleep? This Pineapple plant, unlike other plants, produces oxygen during the night. Clean air in the bedroom contributes to a deeper sleep and reduces snoring symptoms. Sleep tight!

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