Florida Special Pineapples were originally bred for growing in the warm Florida climate, but these tasty golden-fleshed pineapples can be grown almost anywhere. They are recommended for in-ground growing in USDA Zones 9 to 11 and containerized growing in Zones 4 to 11. However you choose to grow Florida Special Pineapples, the versitile plants and delicious tropical fruits they provide make perfect additions to the edible landscape. Florida Special Pineapple plants grow long, curved, green leaves that may develop red and gold shades in the summer sun.
Planting a row of Florida Special Pineapple Plants along a pathway instantly creates a tropical feel. Seeing the graceful plants hold up their large, iconic fruit will thrill homeowners and guests alike. Harvesting your own delicious, nutritious Florida Special Pineapples is one of edible gardening’s sweetest rewards. Florida Special Pineapple Plants are self-fertile, but growing a few together increases fruit vigor and production. They love full sun, a wide range of soil types, and require little care or maintenance. Add a few of these Florida Special Pineapple Plants to your garden and get started growing your own fresh Pineapples.