The sweet tropical fruit that makes amazing cocktails and cake is actually not just for eating. Pineapples make for the perfect decor, and we're all over this trend. Pineapple plants are taking over living rooms. They add a beautiful touch of bright color without being too showy.
Yes, the pineapple sprouting from the top of the houseplant is real! The actual pineapple is not for eating, so please don't be tempted. Of course, the tropical plant loves its humidity, but it will suffice as an indoor plant.
The tropical plant is so stinkin' cute. You can find the pineapple plant at Home Depot. Here at Wide Open Eats, we're always looking for new plants to swoon over. The pineapple plant is by far one of my favorites.
The bromeliad family plant has an ornamental pineapple that sits on top, looking pretty. I love it, and what I enjoy more is the easy care. It only needs to be watered once a week. Be sure to avoid overwatering, a little water goes a long way.
They also look so shiny! There's something about shiny green leaves that just light up a room. As the weather warms up, you should feel inspired to redecorate for spring or summer. The pineapple top will take your home office from winter to spring with just this piece.
A customer left a five-star review and said, "Great looking plant." Grab one today, because it'll fit right in with your succulents.
For fruit tree inspiration, check out this article of the best indoor fruit trees. They produce fruit and make your home smell fresh and citrusy. I'll take a few!