Answer: Pineapples are members of the Bromeliad family. Bromeliad's can be started from seed, but it's a slow process from germination to flowering. Pineapple plants are generally started from cuttings, but you can plant the seeds and try growing an indoor pineapple plant. The seeds need no pre-treatment. Just plant them on top of some moist seed starting mix (they need light to germinate) and keep them at 60F - 70F degrees. Cover the tray or container with plastic wrap to help hold in the moisture, but remove the plastic when the seeds sprout. Expect germination in 90 days. Your pineapple plant may not produce pineapples, but you never know.... Good luck!
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