The part of pineapple that you plant to grow pineapples is the the Pineapple Crown.
How many years does it take to grow a pineapple
In summer, pineapple can grow easily
it takes a pineapple two years to grow (23 months)
does a pineapple grow best in sand or soil
no they grow on bushes
You can grow pineapple in Iowa only in a greenhouse; otherwise it would not survive the winter.
The pineapple is the fruit of...a pineapple plant! The top of a pineapple can be removed from the fruit and rooted to produce a new plant.
No, it can not grow in Texas. The above answer is wrong, you can grow pineapple in Texas. You have to plant them in a planter so you can take them inside if it gets cold. If you buy a pineapple at the supermarket make sure it isn't over ripe. When you get it home grab the pineapple by the leaves and the stock and twist of the leaves. You can plant that part and it should grow.
I don't know how earthworm do grow.
Yes pineapples do grow on a bush.
Pineapples grow on trees
no it won't
again you have to grow them
It grows in the ground. There are plantations in Hawai'i everywhere full of pineapple.
pineapples don't grow on trees
Pineapples grow on tropic and subtropic regions of the earth
Pineapples grow in the tropical zone.
Pineapples do not grow on trees. Pineapple plants look just like larger versions of the leaves attached to the top of a pineapple. They grow naturally in places like Hawaii, and they would never be able to grow successfully as an outdoor crop in Ireland. That said, if you want to grow a pineapple indoors just cut the top off of a pineapple from the store (all the green stuff plus some of the fruit), put it in a pot of soil, and wait for about 2 years. The leaves from the top of the fruit will grow into a full sized plant and then grow a pineapple on a stem that comes out of the center of the plant.
Probably not because pineapple juice is FULL of acid.