Rooting and growing pineapple tops is easy. Once you bring your pineapple home, cut off the leafy top about half an inch below the leaves. Then remove some of the lowest leaves. Trim off the outer portion of the pineapple top at the bottom of the crown, or stem, until you see root buds. These should resemble small, brown-colored bumps around the stem’s perimeter. Allow the pineapple top to dry for 2-3 days prior to planting. This helps the top to heal, discouraging problems with rotting.
Daizz’s tips:-
Step 1: Take a Fresh Pineapple

Step 2: Twist the pineapple crown off from the fruit

Step 3: Remove Leaves from Stalk

Step 4: Allow Stalk to Dry

Step 5: Plant Pineapple Stalk

Step 6: Water Pineapple Stalk

Step 7: Re pot Pineapple Plant

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