Poinsettias are plants with modified red leaves, yellow flowers in the center and green leaves surrounding the red. They require only a minimal amount of care. More »

To care for a poinsettia, make sure it has adequate water and light. Poinsettias are sensitive to extremes of heat and cold, so keep them in a room with consistent temperatures. More »

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Take care of a poinsettia plant by allowing it access to plenty of sunlight, placing it in a location with a steady temperature and not drafts and transferring it to a slightly cooler location during night. Water it only... More »

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Poinsettias can thrive outside providing the weather conditions are warm enough. These sub-tropical flowering plants do not like the cold or frost, so put them into the ground beginning in the spring wherever winter weat... More »

Poinsettias should not stay outside in temperatures that are below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. When the plants are moved outdoors in warm weather, they should be placed in a partially shaded location for the first 2 weeks and... More »

Poinsettias are an easy plant to keep. This type of plant needs to be outside or in a room that gets plenty of sunlight. The temperature should be between 60 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit, with few drafts. More »

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Poinsettias are not poisonous to humans. In some cases, contact with the plant can cause mild discomfort. Skin contact with the poinsettia sap can cause a rash, and ingestion of the leaves can cause stomach ache, vomitin... More »