Mini Red Poinsettia (Euphorbia Pulcherrima)
$8.50 incl. GST
- The actual plant may differ as each pot has its own unique natural look and although look identical but never 100% similar to the image pictured here.
- Flowers/Fruits are seasonal and plants may not be with flowers/fruits at the time of order/delivery.
- Overall Height is measured from the bottom of the pot to the tallest point of the plant vertically.
- Plant Overall Height APPROXIMATELY:-
- 10cm for POT SIZE 6cm(Ø)
- Poinsettias are traditional Christmas flowering plants.
- Bold and beautiful, the poinsettia plant (Euphorbia pulcherrima) has bright petals that contain small flowers of green and yellow at the center.
- Poinsettias come in a range of colors from white to orange but are most popular in their red variety.
- The poinsettia plant is native to Central America where it was used by the Aztecs for decorative and medicinal purposes.
- It requires loose, porous, and well-draining soil.
- A quality, premixed, pasteurized potting soil available commercially is suitable.
- Fertilizing the plant is never recommended while they’re still in bloom.
- Fertilize them only if keeping them after the holiday season.
- Apply fertilizer every two weeks or once monthly using a complete houseplant fertilizer.
- Provided the poinsettia plant is given the proper environmental conditions, it should begin to regrow within weeks.
- It needs a minimum of six hours of bright (but not direct) sunlight each day.
- Recommend placing it by a well-lit window, so that it can receive the proper amount of indirect sunlight.
- East-facing windows are best so that they can catch the morning’s glow and bask in the afternoon’s shade.
- Make sure that no part of your plant touches the windowpane, as this may harm the poinsettia.
- Poinsettia plants should be watered thoroughly, taking care not to drown them by ensuring adequate drainage is available.
- Likewise, avoid letting them sit in water-filled saucers, which can lead to root rot.
- Overwatering will kill the plant.
- Water once you notice the surface of the compost starting to dry out.