Costco shared a tantalizing photo of some juicy strawberries that actually taste like pineapples and they said you can purchase the entire plant for your garden.
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Available for $17.99, the hula berry plant and planter comes ready to be taken home so you can try growing something a bit more exotic this year. The hula berry name is inspired by the Hawaiian culture, however, it goes by other names like white strawberries and pineberries.
According to Eat This, “Some 400 years ago, North American strawberries and Chilean white strawberries were brought over to Europe, where they were planted side by side. Then the birds and the bees happened, like literally, and a new berry was born.”
It looks cool, but those living a healthy lifestyle often ask about its nutritional benefits. Clean Eating, a website that offers expert nutrition tips and health advice while covering food news, style trends, and cooking hacks shared what they know about it.
According to Clean Eating, “The hula berry hosts Vitamins A and C, and folate. This potentially makes it good for your skin, solid for immunity, and can help keep the blood’s iron and oxygen in balance, among other healthy advantages.”