The octogonal shaped greenhouse in Terry Mikeskas back yard has proven to be a suitable environment for growing pineapple plants. Terry Mikeska says "this little pineapple is in memory of Ms. Tucker. I am soon to have pineapple heads all over this thing because I have got about fifteen plants." The self regulated greenhouse uses solar panels and water circulating in a heat sink to keep the soil warm in winter. Terry Mikeska says "I am not a plant person, actually I kill everything. But it is hard to kill anything in this type of greenhouse. It has solar panels that open and close and a regulated ventelation system." Terry enjoyed the purple grapes he recently harvested. The vines grow like crazy and constantly need trimming. Terry Mikeska says "I have some upside-down tomato plants, a grape tree, grapevines, herbs, you name it, everything grows." Eva Tucker liked various fruits such as avacodos, bananas, and watermelon, but pineapple was her favorite. Terry Mikeska says "she just loved pineapple. She liked pineapple fruit drink, pineapple by itself, and pineapple in her yogurt." The Hawaiian climate in the greenhouse causes the pineapples to grow rapidly. The fifteenth and final plant is the top of the last pineapple Ms. Tucker enjoyed. Terry Mikeska says "as it starts growing, I am going to have to move it to another place. I am running out of room here. This will be my last one right here, in memory of Eva Tucker."