Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
BTW: we have some plantains in the works, too.
Very impressive. Let us know if you are the new Dole
Yep, politics suck. Very cool looking pineapple. One of my favorite fruits.Have a fabulous day. ☺
Give me a pineapple over politics any day. Congratulations on the great gardening!
Cube, I can identify with that. When we lived in Tempe, we grew our own grapefruit and lemons. Nothing like going to the back yard and plucking a lemon when you need one.
Jan: I wanted you the first to know that, yes, I am the new Dole.
Sandee: I usually love politics, but only when they're blowing my way. This week is not my style.As far as pineapples go, they're a favorite at our house. They're my kind of plant because they're so easy to grow.
Granny Annie: I think I'm always going to love politics, but, right now, I've had my fill with the DNC nonsense. As far as pineapples go, I love them because they're so easy to grow. Just chop the top of one and stick it into the grouud and you'll get a new pineapple. It's that easy. I love it.
Congratulations on growing a pineapple! Hope it's delicious!
Messymimi: Thank you for your congratualitons. It's funny that I would be posting a pic of something I grew because my parents are master gardeners. They graft incredible plants. One of my favorites was a small orange tree that they grafted four other citrus plants onto it and on one branch you'd get a tangerine, another a navel orange, another a tangelo, and I remember some grapefruit. It sounds Frankensteininan, doesn't it?
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