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Pink Poinsettia

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£29.00
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A twist on the traditional red poinsettia these pretty pink poinsettias make great gifts for the festive season. Poinsettias like a warm room free from draughts and with a little care will bloom all the way through December and into the new year.
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Our pink poinsettia are a great choice if you fancy something a little less traditional, and this week they are looking gorgeous with plenty of marbled pink bracts. Grown at a local Sussex nursery, the unusual pink colour is always popular, and do tend to sell out very quickly, and so do order soon if you'd like one.

Note: Poinsettias are sensitive to low temperatures and so we add extra packaging to protect them from the cold whilst in transit. However, we strongly recommend selecting a delivery date from Tuesday to Saturday so your beautiful poinsettia can be delivered to its warm home as quickly as possible to prevent damage in transit.

38cm tall in a 1L pot
4.5 Stars 4.5/ 5 17 reviews
Lorna Teasdale, Jan 01
5 stars

lovely seasonal plant

Paul Blake, Dec 21
5 stars

delighted by quality of plant and packaging

L.B., Dec 21
5 stars

Very attractive and unusual plants, which were carefully packaged for delivery

Barbara, Dec 20
5 stars

Beautiful pink healthy poinsettias

Catherine Burgess, Dec 27
5 stars

Absolutely beautiful Pink Poinsetta, ordering and delivery was with ease and great customer service. Cannot take photos as it was a gift but recipient was thrilled with it.

Jaime Attewell, Dec 17
5 stars

Lovely plant.

Jean, Dec 09
5 stars

Beautiful blooms that make an excellent Christmas gift!

Jackie Harvey, Dec 08
5 stars

Ordered as a Christmas present, the recipient absolutely loves it & it looks gorgeous

MRS KATHRYN PERRETT, Dec 27
5 stars

These plants were lovely and most unusual

Jane Moss, Dec 22
5 stars

Pretty and good quality

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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Your Poinsettia will flower for many weeks if you follow a few basic rules. Just remember they come from Mexico - and are built for hot days and warm nights.

The leaves and bracts are quite tender, and can be damaged by cold draughts, or too much heat. If they are near a window, don"t let them get too close to the glass and try to keep them a distance from any radiators.

Whilst the plant is in a small pot it will need regular watering - don"t let it dry out completely. Water from the top and let the excess drain away, or stand the whole pot in water for 20mins. Remember this is a plant from a desert country so be careful not to overwater. The top of the soil should seem only slightly damp when you touch it - not soggy.

Most people treat their poinsettias as annuals and throw them out once the festive season is over. However with a little care your Poinsettia will flower again next year.

If you want to keep your plant going for next Christmas, after flowering, give the plant a rest. You can decrease the water and let the bracts drop. In summer repot into a larger pot. Make sure the soil mass is moistened and place in a sunny window, or in a conservatory. You will need to pinch out the growing shoots to encourage branching and keep the plant growing actively all summer by regular watering and feeding every two weeks with a complete soluble fertilizer. If you can keep your plant looking healthy until next autumn it should provide you with a beautiful show again in time for next Christmas.

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Poinsettia

Scientific Name:Euphorbia pulcherrima

"The Latin name means "very beautiful". They are now named after Joel Roberts Poinsett who imported them when he was the first United States Ambassador to Mexico.

"Flowers are actually bracts and they come in all shades of red, white and pink