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Winter Rose Poinsettia

Winter Rose Poinsettia

Winter Rose Poinsettia

Winter Rose Poinsettia

Winter Rose Poinsettia has colored bracts that curl under giving it the resemblance of a large rose-like bloom. Many people mistakenly identify the plants bracts, which are modified leaves, as its flowers. The actual flowers are the small, yellow clusters found in the center of the bracts. Keep your plant indoors in bright, indirect sunlight for at least 6 hours per day. Don’t place them near a cold draft or places of excessive heat. Water when soil is dry to the touch but don’t allow it to sit in standing water.

December 8, 2014

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