Summer is here which means it's pineapple season! Although pineapples can produce fruit any time of year depending on when and where they are planted, they mostly all ripen in the summer in South Florida.
- Only one pineapple is produced by a single plant in a single season. However, the root system shoots up little "suckers" or new plants that also produce one pineapple each.
- A pineapple top can take up to 2-3 years to grow one pineapple, but the suckers can produce pineapples in less time (about a year).
- Pineapples do not ripen or get any sweeter once they are picked.
- Once they are ready to harvest (actually ready unlike pineapples that are sold at grocery stores that are picked unripe) they only have a few days window to be consumed so eat your pineapples right away when you get them!
- Typically the more ripe the pineapple, the less "burning" sensation they give when eaten. Sometimes they don't burn at all specially if the outer skin is completely removed.
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