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Q.Poinsettia Care

Anonymous added on April 18, 2014 | Answered

I was given a poinsettia plant in mid-December, and most of the bright red leaves are still intact (mid-April). There is quite a lot of new growth, but I don’t know if that means that the plant is necessarily doing “well.” I have it near a window at all times, and I lightly water it twice a week. Should I repot the plant in anticipation of it doing well through the end of the year? It is in the small pot still that I received it in. Do the new leaves turn red later on? Some of the leaves started dropping off only a week ago.

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