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> Article: Poinsettias- their initial care, and year after year
Peterstown, WV (Zone 6a)
|Palmbob, This is a Great Article! Very informative! I have tried several different times to keep these jewels, to no avail. Now I have a guide to go by! :D
Amelia Island, FL (Zone 9a)
|I have several planted in my yard and love them year round. Thank you for posting this guide. You hit on a couple of issues I was unaware of.
-South Central-, IL (Zone 6a)
Bluffton, SC (Zone 9a)
|i planted mine outside this past february, and w/o any attention from me and aHORRIBLE drought here in the southeast, it is starting to bloom! here it is on the Carolina gardening forum http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/fp.php?pid=4251530
Frederick, MD (Zone 6a)
|My grandma, who lived in Costa Rica for many, many years told me about the large "trees" there. This was a great article and I learned lots!
Lower Hudson Valley , NY (Zone 6b)
|Great job, Geoff! What's the truth about them and cats??
Tarzana, CA (Zone 9b)
|Poinsettias and cats? Not sure there is a relationship. Never seen a cat eat a poinsettia, but if they did, they would probably drool a lot
|Good article! These are one of my favorites whether they color up or not!
Salem, OR (Zone 8b)
|Great article. My poinsettas are still looking great this year. Planning to follow the instructions to see if I can keep the around for next season.
|Thanks for a great article.
My poinsetta from last year is under the dining table.
It is slowly turning red again, but probably won't be all red for Xmas!
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