Celebrating the Holidays with Poinsettia Day

Poinsettia Day is Wednesday, December 12th, which offers a special way to kick off the holiday season. As the symbol of Christmas, the red poinsettia plant offers a festive touch for a home or office.

In red, white, or mixed, the poinsettia plant is also a wonderful gift for those around you, such as teachers, service personnel, colleagues, customers, and more.

Our Baltimore flower shop is filled with Christmas spirit, including plenty of poinsettia plants that you can order in our florist location or through our website.

POINSETTIA IN A CERAMIC POT

This poinsettia arrives in a decorative ceramic pot. You can choose from two plants that are branched with 10-12 blooms or three plants that are branched with 15 to 17 blooms.

POINSETTIA CANOE BASKET

Enjoy this holiday canoe basket full of red and white poinsettia plants. It’s great for a table display for the holidays.

PIXIE IN A POT

This is a small red pixie poinsettia plant that is displayed in a festive ceramic holiday-themed pot. It is the ideal size for a desk or small end table.

POINSETTIA TREE

This poinsettia display is a great addition to a holiday event or party because of its impressive stature. It is a 3.5-foot tall poinsettia tree. 

GREEN AND BLOOMING COUNTRY BASKET

This garden basket contains green and blooming plants arranged in a wicker basket with Spanish moss and a bow. For the holidays, we’ve added a poinsettia plant.

Poinsettia Care

With just a little care and maintenance throughout the year, a poinsettia plant can last for years to come and re-bloom each holiday season. As a tropical plant, it is happy with direct sunlight, humid conditions, warmth, and regular watering for a moist soil.

Throughout the year, it may need to be fertilized, pruned, and re-potted as it grows. Keep it in the dark during the fall season to slow the re-bloom process so it coordinates with the holiday season.

Be sure to keep the poinsettia plant away from kids and pets so they don’t think about eating any of this toxic plant!

 

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