She'll be pineapples

The main requirement for growing your own sweet, juicy pineapples is a little patience, writes PHIL DUDMAN.

ripening pineapple
Photo: Jared Fowler

It may take a while to enjoy the fruit of your labour but there's nothing quite like a juicy pineapple at its best, and when it's home grown the pleasure factor goes right off the scale. And did you know that fresh pineapple is an alkalizing food that provides a great energy boost? Apparently it's also a good hangover cure!

Check out the pineapple growing fact file below and read Phil's feature on how to grow your own pineapples in the November/December 2015 issue of Organic Gardener magazine. Plus, here's a great pineapple recipe from Annabel Langbein's Through the Seasons cookbook. 


By: Organic Gardener

First published: October 2015

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Plants & Vegetables, All Gardens, organic, fruit, pineapple, grow your own, Issue 84 - November/December 2015, What to plant now