No sympathy is expected from northerners, but we do get cold in Florida as well. A hard freeze is expected each of the next three nights. In an all out attempt to salvage our pineapple patch, we have covered the plants and placed lights under the cover. Will it work? Will know in a fewContinue reading “Season to Be Freezin’”
Our patch produced eight pineapples this year from plants that needed to be replaced at the end of the season. Those aged plants were replaced with the tops of their own pineapple fruits (the smaller plants towards the back of the patch). In a sense, the old plants were replaced by themselves, just like theContinue reading “Perpetual Pineapples”
A couple of hard freezes chilled our expectations for our pineapple patch, but to our surprise at least eight new pineapples are poking out from the frostbitten plants. Sweeeet!
While tidying up our pineapple plot, we discovered this frog snugly resting on a leaf. These pineapple plants produce really delicious fruit, so this frog has a very sweet home indeed.