K.G.N Green Nursery

Poinsettia Plant

60.00 - 450.00

150 Piece (MOQ)

Business Type Manufacturer, Supplier, Retailer, Wholesaler, Trader
Color Red
Application Planting
Feature Eco Friendly, Long Life
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Location Anywhere in India

Product Details

Pattern
Plain
Type
Poinsettia Plant
Appearance
Antique
Country of Origin
India
Packaging Details
Pvc Bag and Poly Bage will be made into packets.

The Poinsettia, known scientifically as Euphorbia pulcherrima, is a popular ornamental plant particularly associated with the Christmas season. It is native to Mexico and Central America and is known for its striking red, white, or pink bracts (modified leaves) that surround small, inconspicuous yellow flowers. Here is some information about the Poinsettia plant:

 

Appearance: Poinsettias are bushy, woody shrubs with dark green, elliptical leaves. The real attraction is their bracts, which are often mistaken for flowers. These bracts are typically bright red, but you can also find varieties in white, pink, and other colors. The actual flowers are small and yellow and located in the center of the bracts.

 

Seasonal Significance: Poinsettias are closely associated with the Christmas holiday season. They are often used as decorative elements in homes, churches, and public spaces during this time. In the United States, National Poinsettia Day is celebrated on December 12th, which is the date of the death of Joel Poinsett, the American diplomat who introduced the plant to the U.S.

 

Care and Cultivation: Poinsettias require specific care to thrive and rebloom. They should be placed in a location with bright, indirect light. They prefer consistently moist, but not waterlogged, soil. Temperature is crucial for flowering; they need 12-14 hours of darkness each day for about 8-10 weeks to initiate the color change in the bracts, simulating the natural conditions in their native Mexico. After this period, they can be brought back into regular light conditions for their colorful bracts to develop.

 

Toxicity: It's important to be aware that Poinsettias are considered mildly toxic to pets and humans. Ingesting the plant may cause mild stomach discomfort, so it's a good idea to keep them out of reach of children and pets.

 

Uses: Poinsettias are primarily grown for their ornamental value, particularly during the holiday season. They are often given as gifts, used for decorating homes and public spaces, and even used as cut flowers in floral arrangements. Their festive colors and association with Christmas make them a popular choice for adding a touch of holiday cheer to indoor spaces.

 

Poinsettias are a beloved and iconic symbol of the holiday season, and they bring a festive and colorful touch to homes and public spaces during the winter months. With proper care, you can enjoy their beautiful bracts and the holiday spirit they evoke.

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