Poinsettia Care

Poinsettia Care

FAQ about Poinsettias...

1. Are Poinsettias poisonous to children and pets?

No, however, this doesn’t mean that Poinsettias are meant to be eaten.  If ingested, this plant can cause stomach irritation and discomfort.


2. How long will Poinsettias last?

Poinsettias should retain their beauty for 4-6 weeks in the home depending on plant maturity, when you purchase it and how you care for the plant.

3.  How do I care for Poinsettias?

  A.  Keep them away from cold and warm drafts.  Avoid cold drafts from doorways or excess heat from TV sets, radiators, fireplaces or heating ducts.

B.  Weekly Watering
      6” pot = 8oz.
      8” pot = 12 oz.
     10” pot = 16-18 oz.

C.  Natural or artificial light is ideal with temperatures from 60 to 70 degrees.


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