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asked in category: General Last Updated: 8th March, 2020

Are pineapples a cactus?

1) Pineapple is actually member of the cactus family — it has shallow roots and needs very little water. And the first time the plant yields fruit, it's one pineapple per plant. But it's the biggest one the plant will grow – and they are HUGEO.

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Similarly, it is asked, what family does pineapple belong to?


Also, are pineapples succulents? Yes, pineapple is a succulent plant. Pineapples are scientiffically named Ananas comosus. Pineapples fit the definition of succulents, actually, so that would be one instance where the fruit produced would be very edible. Many cacti are edible and can easily be found in the produce section of most grocery stores.

Herein, what is a pineapple classified as?

Pineapple “fruit” is technically a mass of individuals berries fused to a central stalk. So, technically speaking, pineapples are actually considered a berry!

What do pineapples do for you sexually?

Yes, ladies — and men too, for that matter — drinking a good sized glass of pineapple juice a couple of hours before the deed can help make your bodily fluids taste and even smell better. Fruits in general are good because they contain acids and sugars.

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