Make one thing every day, wander like a gypsy, and shine happiness like the sun

My (edible) jungle, part 2

on August 21, 2012







Pineapple, age 9



I’ll try with this post to successfully caption all the plants.  The ginger I grew from grocery store ginger root.  The pineapples are all from pineapple tops saved and rooted from whole pineapples.  The large one is in my bathroom where it thrives on the morning sunlight and humidity.  It’s 9 years old and was grown from a pineapple I got for my youngest daughter’s christening.  It produces a little pineapple almost every year!  The taro is from a root purchased at the local international market.  They have cool and exotic fruits and vegetables that are easy to grow from the roots and seeds.  I know I’ve referenced it before, but “Grow It, Don’t Throw It”  is an awesome book for the plant geek explorer in you 🙂


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