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Morion's PhotoGallery 101| Amazing Pineapple of Del Carmen, Siargao Islands

Is Pineapple plant with multi-headed fruit common or this was just my first time to see this kind? These Photographs were taken in Bo. Quezon, Del Carmen- Siargao Islands on June 14, 2012. I've posted one in my facebook wall and got comments usually  like this  "Hawaian ba yan?". Even the owner doesn't know the variety and she denied propagating "crossbreed". "Common or local variety man dong ang gitanum nako", she said in local dialect and doesn't know why her two pineapple plants come-up with multi-headed fruits.
MOBILE PHONE PHOTOGRAPHS
First Fruit
Second fruit
A closer shot of the second fruit

56 comments:

  1. FIRST TIME TO SEE A PINEAPPLE LIKE DIS PRANG CROSS BREED

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  2. na amaze nga ako, first time to see that kind of pineapple fruit:) tnx Kulapipot for dropping here:)

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  3. Talo pa Pinya ng Del Monte. hahahaha. Nice post! :)

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  4. tama Anton jejeje:) try ko humingi ng i crown para itanim baka ganyan din ang bunga:)

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  5. Holy pineapple! Very weird facade!

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  6. @Fervil, really extraordinary:) ty for dropping here

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  7. First time to see a pineapple like this. I wonder if this is a new breed of pineapples.

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  8. Wonder what that pineapple taste like.

    Such cute heart shape.

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  9. @ Franc Ramon nakakaaliw na nakakaamaze jejeje

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  10. @Alexis, cguro same lang ang taste:0 yun nga lang mahirap ata balatan:)

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  11. tnx lala and michy for dropping here:)

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  12. Yeah...something like this can really happen. We used to have like this in our pineapple fruits before. I suddenly miss home seeing this picture.

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  13. @lonerzone tnx bro for dopping here, na amaze lang aq to see this kind of pineapple fruit for the first time,pero bihira siguro na maging ganito ang fruits;)

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  14. amazing ,parang nagpa IVF yung pineapple ,daming anak na dikit dikit.

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  15. @ MamiTess, jejeje sulit pagbili qng ganito ang pinya, diba sa bilihan 1 lang bilang nyan:)

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  16. ngayon lang ako nakakita ng ganyan. Ang hirap siguro balatan nyan...hehe.

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  17. If I plant the crown, would it grow the same? Grabe ang cute ng pineapple na ito. :D

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  18. whoa! matamis kaya? first time din me to see a pineapple na ganto! lucky you!

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  19. What a pineapple! Cool! One of a kind!

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  20. @ Ron , Yap this is cool:) tnx for dropping here

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  21. @ teacher Gemma, cguro same lang ng common pineapple ang taste jejeje

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  22. @mavic, cguro jejeje, sabi nung may ari common variety lang daw tinanim nya- nagtaka sya kc ganyan nga ang bunga:)

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  23. Wow, monster pineapples! I wonder if they're sweet..

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  24. @lipstick ummm cguro pareho lng ng taste sa common pineapple yun nga lang sayang kainin to pang display na lng kc one of a kind jejeje

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  25. Ay grabe! na-amaze naman ako sa itsura ng pinya! Those are amazing shots btw. :)

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  26. very interesting and amazing tingnan pero parang nakakatakot.i wonder gaano kalaki ang pineapple na 'yan. :O

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  27. @athena, ummm kasinglaki yung isa ng 3 pinya na pinagdikitdikit, yung isa namn malapad lang:)ty Ding and Mai for dropping here:)

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  28. I'm amazed! Paano kaya nangyari ito? What did the owner tell you?

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  29. siargao is still on my bucketlist! hope to visit the place soon!

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  30. Kakaiba nga naman :) Thanks for this .... papakita ko sa Mom ko.

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  31. santa banana! That pineapple looks scary...parang hydra! I wonder what it tastes like?

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  32. wow, i hope to see this place soon doe #philippines80! nice set of photos

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  33. cool! its first time to see a pineapple like this! :)

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  34. wow... first time to see a pineapple of that shape!! twins lng? :D

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  35. @ hydra same taste lang cguro ng usual pineapple:)

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  36. @nik, go! ang ganda ng Pinas-Explore:)

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  37. ty Em and MsAira for dropping here:)

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  38. wow, quadruplets and triplets? usually saging lang me kakambal ;)

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  39. this is my first time to see this... thanks for posting.

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  40. That's a weird-looking pineapple. I hope it tastes as good as the usual ones though.

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  41. Amazing!
    Really curios about this, we can't really tell if this was a result of a genetic experiment..
    It's unusual but not impossible as proven here. :)

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  42. Ay ang GALING!
    Ano kaya ang lasa...
    mas matamis siguro?
    AMAZING!!!

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  43. @yuuki, jejeje mas cute pala pag pineapple @Mark and Marri, pareho lang cguro ng taste sa common pineapple pero kung ako may ari ididisplay ko lang yan- ipi preserve pa:) @Bacolod City Guide, kala ko ako lang ang first time makakita ng ganito:) @francis, bro. typical lang na baryo yung lugar cguro nagkataon lang talaga:)

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  44. Awesome pineapple shots :)

    I love pineapple..hehe

    I wonder if those multi head pineapples taste better for some reason.

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  45. tnx Mustachio and Argee for dropping here, these pineapples are truly extraordinary:)

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  46. Are those sweet even if they are like that? Looks like triplets that didn't separate at birth waaahh

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  47. amazing pineapple nga, haven't seen like that before. anyway, thanks for following me TM, am your follower too. see you around... :)

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  48. hahaha! ang cute naman ng pineapples. =)

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  49. kakaibang pinya, ngayo lang ako nakakita ng ganito sa picture pa! :-)

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