FlOWER IS THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE

LET FLOWERS DO THE TALKING

IF YOU WANT TO EXPRESS YOUR LOVE WITH FLOWERS February 9, 2009

Garden walk

Garden walk

You should give your loved one Valentines Day flowers because it is the

EXPRESS YOUR FEELINGS WITH FLOWERS

EXPRESS YOUR FEELINGS WITH FLOWERS

Sweetest gift ever no matter how many times did it happen this is a great habit that never go old it is still the best way to express your feelings for your loved ones  so why buy proflowers   because   Harvested Products are graded   . For hundreds of years
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LIGHT WATER MAINTENANCE FOR POINSETTIA

so beautiful

so beautiful

fragrant bloom

fragrant bloom

L i g h t—B r i g h t , i n d i r e c t s u n l i g h t i s
recommended to keep the plant growing without fading the bracts.

Water—Water daily as the plant needs it, when the potting mix

becomes visibly dry. Irrigate with enough water to allow

some to come out the bottom of the pot. Be careful not to

allow the potting mix to become too dry, as it will

not easily become wet again.Fertilizer—Fertilizer
will not be needed on poinsettias
.
Maintenance—
Remove all dead leaves and faded bracts to help prevent

disease and insect problems.Usage. The poinsettia is not

a poisonous plant. The American Medical Association has had no

confirmed reports of serious or fatal injuries from the ingestion

of poinsettia leaves, bracts, stems,or flowers. While the plant is

not meant to be eaten, caution should be used when displaying plants

around young children and pets. The leaves of poinsettia are very
fibrous and can cause choking

if caught in the throat. Enjoy colorful poinsettias
by displaying them out of the reach of curious children and pets.

 

TAKING CARE OF POINSETTIA

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Common Name. poinsettia Scientific Name. Euphorbia pulcherrima Bloom Season. Colorful bracts are visible from November to December. Small flowers are yellow. Flower Color. The poinsettia is available in red, pink, white, and red and pink speckled, and pink and white speckled. Varieties Or Cultivars. Glory is a common poinsettia that is available in many areas. Other popular reds are Supjibi, Freedom, and Celebrate. Foliage. Leaves are widest near the middle (elliptical), dark green, and very smooth. The leaf also has a lobe near the base. Flowers. The flower is made up of a cluster of small yellow flowers (cyathia) surrounded by a series of colored modified leaves (bracts). History. The poinsettia is native to Mexico. The plant’s significance as a symbol of purity came long before that with the Indians of Taxco during the time of Montezuma. The Indians used the plant to create dyes and medicines. Franciscan priests who settled Taxco began to use the plant in the Fiesta of Santa Pesebre, a nativity procession, because of its great color and its seasonal bloom time. The poinsettia was first introduced to the United States in 1825 by J. R. Poinsett, ambassador to Mexico. Plant Selection. Check the following list when choosing a poinsettia: • Foliage all the way to the base of the plant. • A plant that has not been stored for very long in a paper or plastic sleeve. • No more than 25 percent of the cyathia open. You will be able to see small amounts of pollen collecting on the colorful bracts when many cyathia have opened. • A plant that has not been crowded out by other plants—a flat side or yellowing area. • A plant that can support its own weight and does not need string or wire supports around it. • A plant without disease or insect problems—disfigured or discolored new as well as established growth (shriveled or yellowed leaves), or damaged stems, leaves, or bracts. Plant Care. After bringing the plant home, you need to take several steps to keep it healthy and flowering. While all plants and flowers have a limited life, you should enjoy a  Poinsettia for 4 to 6 weeks by following the next recommended care and handling tims in the next post