Are Pineapples Grown on Trees?

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Pineapples do not grow on trees but they normally grow in the middle of a plant that is more like a spiky bush. Generally, pineapples are considered herbaceous perennials and they need ample space for spreading as they grow.
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Pineapple is grown mainly in tropical climates. The main pineapple in the United States is grown in and on the islands of Hawaii. They actually have pineapple plantations there.
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The most favorable temperatures for successful pineapple growth are between 68 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. Either side of these two ideal temperatures will result in slow plant growth
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A pineapple is grown from the ground. Out of a bush more specifically.
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Pineapple can be grown in many tropical and subtropical areas. Pineapple is an important crop in Hawaii.
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