Better Homes & Gardens Pineapple Plant Just $14.97 at Walmart

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Walmart has a great deal on pineapple plants! 🍍

Head on over to your local Walmart where you can score big savings on a Better Homes & Gardens Expert Gardener 6″ Pineapple Plant! Keep in mind that availability can vary by location, and these are currently available in-store only.

This indoor houseplant is a great air purifier as it helps remove harmful toxins from your home. Once the fruit itself is plump and ripe (about the size of a smaller store-bought pineapple), you can remove and enjoy it as a snack.

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Here’s what to look for…

Better Homes & Gardens Expert Gardener 6 Pineapple Plant

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    Walmart+ members score free shipping with no minimum on most orders! Otherwise, choose free in-store pick up if available near you, or you can snag free next day shipping on any eligible $35+ order. Or pay $5.99 for shipping for orders under $35.

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Comments 13

  1. Lana

    When you cut a fresh pineapple just put the top in a pot of dirt and it will grow. If you live in Florida you can put them in a bed outside and after a few years you can harvest them on a regular basis. Paying for a pineapple plant is just crazy and they know it!

    • Ashley

      While I know that this is supposed to work, I’ve personally not been successful with this so I would buy a pineapple plant.

      • Lana

        Don’t over water it. Just sit the top on the dirt and it will root. Heavy wet soil will kill it.

    • Beth

      Exactly! I’ve got one growing in a pot on my patio as I type this. I started it last year and it’s doing great! I live in the Midwest and had to bring it in last fall but it did wonderfully over the winter inside and now it’s back outside enjoying the sunshine.

  2. May

    All out of stock near me 🙁

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)


  3. Suzmorea

    Our pineapple plants are insane. They ♥️ water….but we live in Florida. The more water they get the better they look and the faster they grow. If we slack on watering they start to look sad. We have 2 pineapples almost ready to cut. There’s a special process on cutting the pineapple from the plant when you do it…look it up so you don’t infect your plants.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh wow! Thanks for the helpful tips! Good to know!

  4. Evie

    I would certainly grow my own plant before I pay anyone and wait in a long line.
    Gardening is trial and error. Anyone can do this.

  5. Tracy

    Are these edible anyone know? The link is no longer working so I can’t read the description.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yes! The link is still working for me as I click through now in the Chrome browser. Here are the details I found –
      “Enjoy as a striking ornamental conversation piece, then when ripe, product will become plump and brown, and will have a sweet, pineapple scent, at which time fruit can be removed and consumed.”

      Hope that helps!

  6. MJ

    I bought one (love it!) and am wondering if I am supposed to wait until the pineapple gets to the (big) size that they are in the grocery store? Mine is about half size right now – its a little green and a little yellow (like they often are in the grocery store) – and I read above that they are supposed to be brown and smell fruity when picked (thanks!!!). Also – is it a one-at-a-time kind of plant? My current pineapple is growing out of the middle/central stalk – seems like it would take a long time to have another one grow after I cut it? Please share any info you may have 😉

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