White Jade Pineapples are a favorite of many edible landscapers because the plants have spineless leaves, can grow in partial shade, and can bloom in as little as one to two years. In addition, the remarkable White Jade Pineapples have sweet, white, low-acid flesh and a soft, fully edible core. The White Jade Pineapple Plant’s blue-green foliage and arching growth habit make a tropical statement in any yard. The plants can be grown in the ground in USDA Zones 9 to 11, or in pots in Zones 4 to 11.
Plant White Jade Pineapple Plants in rows along sunny fences, walkways, or around decks to add tropical flair. You can also grow White Jade Pineapple Plants in groups of four or five plants to create a bed of dense leaves that will choke out weeds and deliver delicious fruit at the same time. The plants tolerate many soil types, are easy to grow, and their spinless leaves make havesting them a breeze. Overall the White Jade Pineapple is a vigorous performer that produces the perfect pineapple for the backyard grower.