What year did the poinsettia come to US?

Answer Garden on June 6th, 1829." The occasion was an exhibition by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, which ultimately evolved into the long-standing Philadelphia Flower Show.

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How long does it take for a Poinsettia to die?

your poinsettia doesn't have to die, i have one that is a year old. but the red color will go dormant. and it will grow green like a house plant. there is a way to place it in the dark and make it ... Read More »

What does a poinsettia symbolize?

How to Grow Poinsettia?

Poinsettia plants, native to Mexico, can grow up to 10 feet (3 m) tall. Commonly grown as house plants that are no taller than 3 feet (1 m), you can also grow them outdoors in areas with mild winte... Read More »

Why won't your poinsettia flower?

You need to give poinsettia's 12 hours of light and 12 hours of complete darkness.Putting them in a closet with a paper sack over them works great.