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Fertilizer/ feed for the plant:Feed the Poinsettia plant every 2-3 weeks with an all-purpose fertiliser.
Repotting : Repot the Poinsettia once a year to a larger pot.
Propogation : The common way of propagating Poinsettia plant is through stem cuttings.
1. Why is my Poinsettia plant wilting?
Poinsettia plants require optimal conditions to thrive and anything apart from that can cause harm to her. If your Poinsettia plant is either in a very hot spot, or is overwatered or is dry, she can wilt.
2. Why are my poinsettia leaves curling and falling off?
If your Poinsettia is being overwatered and her soil remains too damp, her leaves will curl and fall off. Ensure that the drainage hole of the pot is not clogged and in withhold watering her too often.
3. Why are my poinsettia leaves turning yellow?
Poinsettia plants have yellowing leaves owing to numerous reasons such as water-logging, dryness, heat, and mineral deficiency.
Light Requirements :Poinsettia plants need a minimum of 6 hours of bright filtered sunlight.
Locations :Poinsettia have the best access to indirect bright sunlight at places such as shaded balconies and corridors.
Styling/decor tip :Poinsettias are more than just the Christmas vibe, the red bracts at the top of the plant add instant colour and cheer to the dreariest of spaces. Use it in corners or as focal pieces on tabletops or line your windowsill with multiple poinsettias in square stackable planters. They look lovely in groups of three or more near entrances and when smaller make for great centre pieces for dining tables.
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Poinsettia plants are not poisonous or toxic to either humans or pets. Their sap can cause mild irritation.
With love and care, Poinsettia plants can get up to 13 feet tall!
Fungal infections can cause root rot in Poinsettia plants. Apply fungicide or change the potting soil altogether.
Poinsettia Plant is also known as Mana Angangbi (Manipuri).
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