Bromeliad Pineapple

☘ Origin: The Bromeliads entered recorded history some 500 years ago when Columbus introduced the pineapple to Spain upon return from his second voyage to the New World in 1493. On that voyage he found it being cultivated by the Carib Indians in the West Indies
Family: Bromeliaceae
Botanical Name: Ananas comosus
 Common Name: 

Symbolism: Pineapple plant symbolizes a cheerful welcome and a warm reception, That's why you often see the plant over gateways, in a living or sculpted form. 

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🔆 Light
Medium to bright indirect light year-round. Some direct morning sunlight is fine, but keep shaded from hot, direct midday sun. Insufficient light will cause growth to slow.

💧 Water
Water when the soil is approximately 75% dried out.

☁️ Humidity
Pineapples appreciates a humid environment. Homes can become extremely dry in winter; Mist often or use a cool-mist room humidifier few times a week for best results.

🌡️ Temperature
Prefers temperatures between (15-27°C).

🧴️ Food
Bromeliads are similar to air plants in that they take in nutrients through their foliage. Use a foliar fertilizer spray on your Pineapple one to two times a month during spring and summer. You can use a foliar spray made for Orchids or Air plants.

🐾 Toxicity
Pineapples are not known to be toxic, but be sure to allow the fruit to fully ripen before picking and eating it. If you eat the fruit when it is not ripe, it can cause digestive issues. 

 Additional Tips
Pineapples are ripe and ready to pick off the plant when the entire outer skin develops into a yellow color and the flesh is an orange-yellow color. It’s best to allow the fruit to fully ripen on the plant because once picked, it will not ripen any further. Though the fruit of your Bromeliad Pineapple is edible, please note that it is not organically grown.

● Do Not Overwater! This will cause leaf drop and root rot that eventually could kill the plant. The worst thing you can do regarding watering is "give it too much".
● Make sure your plant is not placed near Heat or AC source. It is best to keep consistent room temperature throughout the seasons and not turn off Heat or AC when away or traveling. The best temperature ratio for almost any plant is (15°C-24°C).

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