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Why is pineapple on my plant turning yellow, its still small?

My kids got this for me on Mother's Day it was solid green now as picture shows it's yellow is something wrong or is it ready to be picked and what is the process.

Fruit and Citrus • Plants

It looks like your Pinapple is ready to be eaten. All you need to do is cut it off its stem and then treat it like a normal pineapple. This plant will not produce another Pineapple so you can try to propagate it from the fruit by cutting the top 5cm off the fruit then planting that or by planting slips. Slips are small plants you can see growing out from the main plant.



Answered: 24 Jun, 2015

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