Ananas Comosus
Ananas Comosus
Ananas Comosus
Ananas Comosus
Ananas Comosus
Ananas Comosus
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height icon Height 40-50cm
The Ananas or Pineapple plant, also known as Ananá or Matzatli, is a tropical plant from South America. It loves high temperatures in order to bear fruit.
Direct light

Direct light

Moderate irrigation

Moderate irrigation

Normal humidity

Normal humidity

Suitable for pets

Suitable for pets

15-17 cm pot

15-17 cm pot

Ananas Comosus

  • It is suitable for pets.
  • Being a tropical plant, it loves high temperatures. Try not to expose it to temperatures below 15 degrees.
  • Light: it prefers the indirect light.
  • Moderate watering: water when the substratum is dry. It does not need very much water, controls the levels of moisture in winter.
  • Humidity: likes to feel cool, spray its leaves once a week.
  • Top tip: For maximum happiness, support its growth with fertiliser during the first and summer.
  • Its fruits are digestive and help the metabolism a lot.
  • A pineapple plant can be given as a gift as a symbol of hospitality.
€43.00 Ananas Comosus
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The Ananas or Pineapple plant, also known as Ananá or Matzatli, is a tropical plant from South America.
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What Our Clients Say
By Elena
August 15, 2023

Beautiful plant. The first one arrived with the pineapple fallen off and they sent us another one 😊

By Paloma
July 15, 2023

Perfect. I bought a pineapple plant, and it arrived a day earlier than expected, on the feast day of St. James, so it arrived in time to give it as a gift. And just as it appeared in the phytography, with a beautiful little pine cone, still small, but already smelling. It was beautiful

By Ana
July 15, 2023

The plant I received was in good condition and was well packaged. The only thing is that the delivery time was not met. I wanted it for a birthday present and it did not arrive on time

By Gabriela
July 15, 2023

The packaging was great and the plant was in perfect condition, although the pineapple was a bit small (you can hardly see that it is a pineapple), but I suppose that in a few weeks it will grow and look very nice

By Magdalena
June 15, 2023

I liked it better when I could choose the time and day of delivery because when it was for a gift you are more worried about the arrival. Thank you

This is how you will receive your plant...

📦 With recycled cardboard packaging that we have developed to take care of your plant. 💚 Packed with tissue paper that keeps the humidity and a lot of care. 📝 Each plant includes a care card and a dedication (if you want).

Introducing the marvellous Ananas Comosus, or as we like to call it, the Pineapple! This delightful plant hails all the way from the exotic lands of South America, where it thrives in the warm embrace of tropical temperatures.

Now, let's get real for a moment. Who can resist the temptation of sinking their teeth into a juicy, sun-kissed Pineapple? It's like a taste explosion in your mouth, a burst of tropical paradise that leaves you craving for more. And what if we told you that you can grow your very own Pineapple right at home? Yes, you heard that right!

The Ananas Comosus, or Pineapple, is not just any ordinary plant. It's a member of the prestigious bromeliad family, which means it's got some serious street cred in the plant kingdom. But don't let its fancy lineage intimidate you, because this plant is as down-to-earth as they come.

Picture this: you wake up on a sunny morning, the birds are singing, and you step out onto your patio. As your eyes wander, they land on your very own Pineapple plant, standing tall and proud. Its vibrant green leaves reach for the sky, soaking up the golden rays of the sun. You can almost feel the tropical vibes emanating from it.

But wait, there's more! As the days turn into weeks, your Pineapple plant starts to show off its true colours. Little by little, a beautiful fruit begins to emerge from the centre of the plant. It's a mesmerising sight, watching it grow and transform into a succulent Pineapple right before your eyes.

And the best part? The moment you've been waiting for finally arrives. The Pineapple is ripe and ready to be picked. With a sense of anticipation and excitement, you pluck it from the plant and hold it in your hands. The sweet aroma fills the air, and you can't help but smile from ear to ear. It's a triumph, a victory over nature, and you can't wait to share it with your loved ones.

So, whether you're a gardening enthusiast looking for a new challenge or simply someone who wants a taste of the tropics in their own backyard, the Ananas Comosus, or Pineapple, is the perfect companion. Embrace the warmth, the beauty, and the sheer joy that comes with growing your own Pineapple. Trust us, it's an experience you won't want to miss.

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