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BOTANICAL NAME E UPHORBIA PULCHERRIMA
PRONUNCIATION you - FOR - bee - ah pull - CARE - im - ah
COMMON NAME Poinsettia
Life Cycle Foliage plant: Annual
Height and Width 2-3’ tall and wide (max in the US) In Mexico, 15’ tall
Growth Habit Shrub-like
Leaf Shape and Size Length 4” to 7” Width 2” to 4”
MARGIN Entire, toothed or lobed depending on cultivar; with four to six points
Leaf Composition Simple
Flower Season Winter, short day photoperiodic crop
Environment Grow indoors, 70F, nothing below 50F Put in a vent free area
DESCRIPTION Flower is yellow Bracts show color Leaves may be entire, lobed or toothed
DESCRIPTION 3” to 4” petiole Red, pink, white, and variegated cultivars
CULTURAL PRACTICES 65° F. night Named varieties patented
CULTURAL PRACTICES Propagate by stem cuttings A short day plant
PROBLEMS White flies
NATIVE OF: Mexico
BOTANICAL NAME V IOLA X WITTROCKIANA PRONUNCIATION vie - OH - lah.
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