English Name: Poinsettia
German Name: Weihnachtsstern
Latin Name: Euphorbia pulcherrima
Released Date: 2010.04.07
Number of variant: 3
During the time before Christmas, Poinsettias are sold as a favorite Christmas decoration, as its dark green and red leaves fit in well with the colors of the holiday season. Although poinsettia definitely produces flowers and seeds as well (very inconspicuous ones), it is mainly being reproduced by seedlings. The correct exposure time to light is important for the young plants. In order to develop the colorful high leaves they need a dark phase of approximately 12 hours. Fully grown plants prefer bright locations and may as well be put outside during the summer. In time, they turn into a little “undergrowth” which should be trimmed in spring.
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