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Pineapple seeds, who knew?

on June 10, 2009

I am so stoked today because not only has my wildflower post been used over at learning cooperative ABCand123 – thank you, Katies – but at lunchtime we found seeds inside our pineapple! I have never seen this ever before. Little black seeds, like apple pips but smaller.
Which I didn’t think to take a photo of, of course. But I have wrapped them up in some damp polyroll and put them in a plastic bag to see if any will root. I’ve also cut the stem off, as advised in various places on the Web, to see if we can make that grow too.

At the moment I am nurturing pepper seeds, pineapple seeds, birch seeds and a variety of other things I have found lying about and don’t know the names of, all in plastic bags and kitchen roll. And today we planted out the entire contents of the seed tray (including a new mystery seedling, not a tomato this time – the last one was, by the way) so everything is in proper pots. The Engineer will be pleased!


2 responses to “Pineapple seeds, who knew?

  1. Congrats! Stopping by from SITS to leave some hump day love!

  2. yoongz says:

    Oooh how exciting – mystery seeds ;D
    Tell that to Tobias & he'll start singing – in Little Einsteins they planted mystery seeds too & sang to the seeds 😉

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