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Pineapple plant


Tropical climates


Although native to South America, Australia grows large crops of pineapple in tropical areas.

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Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 11 years ago

That's really interesting about the Ficus AchmmadMWY. I will read about it.

@ AschaRiess - and that's only the edibles list :)

achmmad 11 years ago

hahaha .. off course just kidding! but have we notice that holy place or a sacred plants (or anything like that) is an important tools in conservation? I do, in my area Ficus benjamina is sacred plants, so they will stay longer support many kinds of bird there. A nice idea for research may be ...

pamsai 11 years ago

love the way they grow! They look so top heavy...

AschaRiess 11 years ago

Hahaha! NO pineapple stays sacred for long up here! Or mango or avocado or lychee for that matter ;)

Sachin Zaveri
Sachin Zaveri 11 years ago


Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 11 years ago

A sacred pineapple in Cairns !!? Now that IS funny AchmmadMWY.

achmmad 11 years ago

Could be sacred plant!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 11 years ago

I'm surprised nobody has eaten that yet.

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4870, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Nov 8, 2011
Submitted on Nov 16, 2011

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