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Poinsettias: How to Rebloom, Rather Than Rebuy

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 21, 2014 01:12 AM
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by Emil Evans last modified Jan 20, 2014

Even if your poinsettia has lost all its leaves, if you move it to a sunny, draft-free location it will make a comeback. Native to tropical parts of Mexico and Central America, poinsettias were well-known to the Aztecs before being brought north by Joel Poinsett, the American Ambassador to Mexico. Today, with their lush green and brilliant red, poinsettias are the quintessential Christmas plant — and post-Christmas compost. But it needn't be! Poinsettias make great houseplants, and with a little diligence you can even get them to rebloom next year. READ MORE »





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