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Here's what 14 of your favorite foods look like before they're harvested

Banana plant before harvest and in the grocery store

Reddit is an incredible home to interesting pictures, whether it's sprouting strawberries or mesmerizing "pixelated" avocados.

So it was no surprise that when Redditor JavaReallySucks shared an album of interesting photos that showed food before it was harvested, people couldn't get enough. INSIDER was even inspired to do our own research into how certain foods are grown and harvested.

Keep reading for a look at these fascinating crops and wild plants.

SEE ALSO: Science explains why this picture of a sprouting strawberry disgusts some people

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You may have thought pineapples grew on trees, but they actually live on bushes until it's harvesting time.

Here's a whole field of pineapple plants, each with their own fruit.

Asparagus grows from a bulb that's planted in a field.

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