Poinsettia Jingle Bells Tree for Sale | Celebrate the Holidays with Pink Splashes and Red Bells
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- Common name:
- Poinsettia Dwarf Pink Splashes On Red, Poinsettia Jingle Bells
- Regional name:
- Hindi - Lalpata, Bengali - Laipata, Kannada - Poinsettia Gida, Punjabi - Lalpatti, Marathi -rakta Parni, Tamil - Magilkunn
- Flowering Pot Plants, Shrubs, Indoor Plants
- Euphorbiaceae or Poinsettia family
- Sun growing, Semi shade
- Normal, Can tolerate less, Can tolerate more
- Primarily grown for:
- Flowering season:
- January, February, March, October, November, December
- Flower or Inflorescence color:
- Single flower has many colors viz., Red, Light Pink, Dark Pink, Cream, Off white, Light Yellow
- Foliage color:
- Plant Height or length:
- 1 to 2 meters
- Plant Spread or Width:
- 1 to 2 meters
- Plant Form:
- Spherical or rounded
- Special Character:
- Auspicious or Feng Shui plant
- Rare Plant or difficult to get plant
- Good for screening
- Good for Hedges and Borders
- Attracts butterflies
- Attracts bees
- Poisonous if eaten
- Suitable for road median planting
- Hanging or weeping growth habit
- Good on seaside
- Generally available in India in quantities of:
- Over hundreds
- Euphorbia pulcherrima, commonly known as the poinsettia, is a popular ornamental plant native to Mexico and Central America. It is often referred to as the "tukai" or "jingle bell tree" in Hawaii, where it is a popular holiday decoration. The plant is known for its red, pink, or white bracts (modified leaves) that resemble petals and surround small, yellow flowers. The plant is typically grown as an indoor potted plant, but it can also be grown outdoors in warm climates. It requires bright, indirect light and well-draining soil. During the winter months, the plant requires less water and should be fertilized every two to four weeks.
To care for Euphorbia pulcherrima, also known as the poinsettia or tukai jingle bell tree:
Place the plant in a location that receives bright, indirect light. Avoid exposing the plant to direct sunlight, as this can cause the leaves to yellow or fade.
Water the plant when the top 1-2 inches of soil feel dry. Avoid overwatering, as the plant is susceptible to root rot.
Fertilize the plant every two to four weeks during the growing season with a balanced liquid fertilizer.
During the winter months, reduce watering and fertilizing to allow the plant to go into a dormant state.
Prune the plant as needed to maintain its desired shape and size. Remove any yellow or wilted leaves as they appear.
If the plant becomes too large, it can be trimmed back and propagated by taking stem cuttings and rooting them in moist soil.
To encourage the plant to produce colorful bracts in the winter, it needs to be exposed to long periods of darkness (12 hours or more) and short periods of light (8-10 hours) each day, starting in October. This process is called "forcing" the plant to bloom.
Euphorbia pulcherrima, also known as the poinsettia or tukai jingle bell tree, is primarily grown for its ornamental value. The plant is known for its colorful bracts, which are modified leaves that resemble petals. These bracts can be red, pink, or white, and they surround small, yellow flowers. The plant is often used as a holiday decoration and is a popular gift during the winter months.
In addition to its decorative value, Euphorbia pulcherrima is also known to have some potential health benefits. Some studies have suggested that the plant may have anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain-relieving) properties. However, more research is needed to fully understand the plant's potential medicinal uses. It is important to note that the plant's sap can be irritating to the skin and mucous membranes, and it should be handled with caution.