Pineapples are spiky because the leaves are berry like fruit
that we eat.
Pineapples are more than one particular fruit.
The spiky leaves are poisonous.
They have those spiky shells (spiky like pine needles, which is why they are called pineapples) around the meat and if the pineapple falls out of the tree the spikes will protect it!
They have a rough dark yellow texture on the surface and have green spiky fronds coming out of the top.
The Jumping Pineapples (jumping = energetic , ready to go) (pineapples = spiky fruit, eager) The Dymamic Jellyfish The Electrifying Corn The Panacitifying Scorers The Northern Googlelites
No, spiky is an adjective.
Hawthorn trees, palo verde and mesquite have spiky branches. Holly have spiky leaves. Sweet gum trees have spiky fruits.
Pineapples are monocots.
A rose is a plant that has a spiky stem.
Spiky oreo was created in 1906.
There is no specific collective noun for pineapples, in which case a general collective noun that is suitable for the situation is used. Some examples are a field of pineapples, a truckload of pineapples, a crate of pineapples, etc.
Pineapples are originated in Philippines
pineapples were in the story of eden
pineapples are fresh in spring.
i believe that some of the spiky caterpillars are poisonis
Hawaii is a producer of pineapples.