It is now November in Kentucky and I have moved my poinsettias into a darker cooler room. They still look healthy but what do I need to do to have them blooming at Christmas?
How do you make poinsettia leaves turn red?
I left a good one on the porch overnight by mistake. . . probably 38-40 degrees outside. The leaves have a wilted look. I brought it inside. . . will it come back?
I’ve been told that poinsettia’s are not red but white; and to make them red, you must do something or something is done to them before they go to the stores. Exactly what is done to make them turn red (including the history of that)? Can you help?
I have had a poinsettia for about a week. It is not receiving indirect sunlight, the room is not cold (average temperture 18 to 20 C), and it has not been over watered. Yet, all the green leaves are dropping off.
Why is my new poinsettia plant losing its green leaves?
I have a beautiful, huge poinsettia that was doing great but now looks to be dying. It was doing great from Thanksgiving to right after Christmas when I had to remove the table in front of the picture window and consequently had to put the poinsettia further away from the sunlight. It is now shriveling up, dropping leaves, and looks awful. Can I save it?
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