Does a pineapple has seeds? if there are,where?
Although known for its fruit (yes, they have seeds), pineapples are usually
propagated by new vegetative growth because it is difficult to germinate
Anthony Brach Ph.D.
From this web site:
Flowers: At blooming time, the stem elongates and enlarges near the apex and
puts forth an inflorescence of small purple or red flowers. The flowers are
pollinated by humming-birds, and these flowers usually develop small, hard
seeds. Seeds are generally not found in commercially grown pineapple
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Update: June 2012