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I planted a pinapple top in a pot and it dried up so I figured it was dead. I set the pot outside figureing I would dump it out when I had more time. A few weeks later new leaves sprouted from the dried ones. It's alive! :eek: So what do I do now? It's already starting to get cooler. How can I keep this thing alive? I'm not good with plants. When should I bring it in?
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They're suppose to like rusty nails, stuck in their dirt, too. They like to dry out between waterings and don't like soggy roots, make sure the soil drains well. It probably won't the tempature below 50 degrees.
 

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I have a pinapple top I planted 2 or 3 years ago in a pot. I keep it with my house plants and water it like a aloe vera. Theres been times I forgot about it for a month. And its still fine. Maybe fruit some year.
 
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