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Poinsettia Leaf Curl (6 Causes and Fixes Explained)

Poinsettia (Christmas Star) plants are the famous holiday plant. Sales spike around Thanksgiving. The plant has its own dedicated Poinsettia Day on the 12th December, by which time, it’s been in the home long enough to start showing signs of stress. Although these are now grown commercially in the US, they are native to Mexico, …

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How to make a Poinsettia Bloom (or Re-Bloom)

The poinsettia plant is better known as the Christmas Star. The flowers are barely noticeable. The leaves though, they’re the star attraction (I couldn’t resist the pun). Poinsettia is native to Mexico so think super warm areas to keep this plant alive. However, given that it only needs warm temperatures, and that it’s even resistant …

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Why Is My Poinsettia Dying? (7 Possible Causes)

Poinsettia plants are very popular to display during the winter months because of how well the colors match the holiday spirit. If you’re taking care of one or two poinsettia plants, then you likely want them to stay healthy so that you can enjoy them all season long. This is why it can be so …

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