An Exotic Beauty for Your Indoor Garden

Meet the Ananas comosus, better known as the Pineapple plant. This tropical beauty isn't just a source of delicious fruit; it's also a striking addition to your indoor garden.

Ananas comosus

Partial To Full Sun

Can handle a mix of direct and bright light throughout the day.

Moderate Water Needs

Requires balanced watering. Not too wet, not too dry.

Prefers Loamy or Sandy Soils

Best in loamy or sandy soils. Rocky soil may pose moderate challenges.

Acidic Soil Requirement

Prefers acidic soil conditions, may require soil amendments to maintain pH.

Moderate Safety Concerns

Toxic if ingested, handle with caution. Can cause skin irritation and toxic if ingested.

Safe for All Animals

No known safety risks to pets or livestock.


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About Ananas comosus

The Pineapple plant is a perennial herb that stands between 2 to 4 feet tall and spreads out to about 3 to 5 feet wide. Its leaves are a stunning mix of pewter and emerald, with hints of crimson. When it flowers, it produces striking lilac and garnet blooms, which eventually give way to its iconic fruit. The fruit itself is a feast for the eyes, with colors ranging from umber to lemon and lime.

Did you know that it takes almost three years for a Pineapple plant to produce its first fruit? But don't worry, the wait is definitely worth it!

Also known as

Pine Apple


Yes, the fruit of the Pineapple plant is edible and is known for its sweet, tangy flavor. However, it's also used as an ornamental plant due to its striking appearance.

Our design recommendations

With its unique appearance, the Pineapple plant is a standout in any indoor garden. It's a great choice if you're looking to add a tropical touch to your space. Plus, its size makes it a perfect centerpiece for any room. The Pineapple plant is best suited for indoor planting, particularly in pots. It needs a warm, humid environment to thrive, so make sure it's placed in a well-lit area of your home.