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Classic Red and Green Poinsettias

The classic and most popular Christmas flower.
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Red and White mix

Another popular color for poisettias is white.
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Pink and Green poinsettia

A poinsettia with a milder pink color.
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A wild growing poinsettia tree

Without proper maintainance, poinsetta trees can grow quite tall and wide.
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A poinsettia tree on a city sidewalk

A beautifully groomed poinsetta tree in bloom. This is a different variety of poinsettia, unlike the wild plant, these leaves are curled.
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A poinsettia in Bonsai form

If stressed and well maintained, poinsettias can thrive in the bonsai style.
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