Poinsettia Marble

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    Weight (lbs)Cost ($)
    0.01 - 0.75 lb$7.50
    0.76 - 1.00 lb$9.00
    1.01 - 1.51 lb$11.00
    1.51 - 3.00 lb$15.00
    3.01 - 5.00 lb$19.00
    5.01 - 8.00 lb$24.00
    8.01 - 12.00 lb$29.00
    12.01 - 16.00 lb$35.00
    16.01 - 20.00 lb$41.00
    20.01 - 40.00 lb$55.00
    40.01 - 50.00 lb$98.00
    50.01 - 60.00 lb$130.00
    60.01 - 70.00 lb$150.00
    70.01 - 80.00 lb$178.00
    80.01 - 100.00 lb$210.00
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Poinsettias are indigenous to Mexico and Central America. It is primarily well known for its red and green foliage and is widely used in Christmas floral displays, but can also have pink, white, and variegated leaves.


  • Botanical Name:Euphorbia pulcherrima ‘Marble’
  • Common Names: Pointsettia Marble
  • Leaves may change color under different lighting environments

Here are some care tips to help you maintain the health and beauty of your Poinsettia Marble:

  1. Light: Place your Poinsettia Marble in a location with bright, indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight, as it can cause the colorful bracts to fade or scorch. Poinsettias prefer at least six hours of indirect sunlight each day to maintain their color and vigor.
  2. Temperature: Poinsettia Marbles thrive in temperatures between 65°F to 75°F (18°C to 24°C) during the day and slightly cooler temperatures at night. Avoid placing them near drafts, heaters, or air vents, as sudden temperature changes can stress the plant.
  3. Watering: Water your Poinsettia Marble thoroughly when the soil surface feels dry to the touch, but be careful not to overwater. Allow excess water to drain away from the pot, as poinsettias are susceptible to root rot if they sit in waterlogged soil.
  4. Humidity: Poinsettia Marbles prefer moderate to high humidity levels. You can increase humidity around your plant by misting it regularly with room-temperature water or placing a humidity tray filled with water and pebbles beneath the pot. Avoid placing poinsettias near heating vents or radiators, as dry air can cause leaf drop.
  5. Fertilization: While your Poinsettia Marble is in bloom, it does not require regular fertilization. If you plan to keep it after the holidays, you can fertilize it with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer diluted to half strength once a month during the growing season (spring and summer).
  6. Pruning: Remove any yellowing or faded leaves to maintain the plant’s appearance. You can also pinch back leggy growth to encourage a bushier, more compact shape. Avoid pruning the colorful bracts, as this can affect the plant’s overall appearance.
  7. Avoiding Drafts: Poinsettia Marbles are sensitive to drafts and sudden temperature changes. Keep your plant away from doors, windows, and areas with cold drafts to prevent leaf damage and premature bract drop.
  8. Holiday Display: If you’re using your Poinsettia Marble as part of a holiday display, avoid placing it near sources of heat such as fireplaces or heaters, as this can cause the bracts to wilt prematurely.
  9. Pet Safety: Poinsettia Marbles are mildly toxic to pets if ingested. Keep your plant out of reach of cats, dogs, and other animals, or opt for artificial poinsettias if you have pets in the home.
  10. Aftercare: After the holiday season, you can continue caring for your Poinsettia Marble as a houseplant. To encourage re-blooming, provide it with 12 to 14 hours of darkness each night starting in early fall to stimulate flower bud formation.

With proper care and attention, your Poinsettia Marble can remain a beautiful and festive addition to your home throughout the holiday season and beyond.

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