Euphorbia pulcherrima Picasso

35,00 lei

Stage:: pot 10.5 cm

pot 10.5 cm
Full description and specifications

Euphorbia pulcherrima Picasso is the plant that delights our eyes every winter season, heralding the coming of Christmas. The poinsettia was cultivated by the Aztecs in the humid mountainous regions of Mexico. They used to use this plant to fight fever. Later, in the century 17, the Franciscans used flowers in various religious ceremonies. Its cultivation and popularization began in the 60s, and in a short time the plant became indispensable in Christmas decorations.
The poinsettia was cultivated by the Aztecs in the humid mountainous regions of Mexico. They used to use this plant to fight fever. Later, in the century 17, the Franciscans used flowers in various religious ceremonies. Its cultivation and popularization began in the 60s, and in a short time the plant became indispensable in Christmas decorations.
Poinsettia - Euphorbia pulcherrima care instructions
Placement: bright but shaded place, protected from drafts
Moisture: water when the soil has dried on the surface
Substrate: neutral peat or a loose mixture
Characteristics: Starting from November, the leaves of this plant turn red, starting from the tip towards the base. The poinsettia must be protected from drafts and excessive watering. In May, the shoots are pinched, on which occasion we multiply, in winter the new shoots form the colored bracts the fastest. It is a fast-growing shrub, appreciated for its bushy and brightly colored crown.

Height with pots included 20-25 cm
Diameter of jacket 10 cm

Note: The leaves have color variations.