You loved your poinsettia during the holidays, but (news flash!) the holidays are over. Now your plant is starting to look a little sad. One overarching question courses through your brain. What am I supposed to do with the dang thing now?
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Grumpy hopes this is the most wonderful Christmas of all! So instead of loading you down with expensive jewelry, silverware, sports cars, and Napoleon brandy, your family gives you what you really wanted — blooming holiday plants. Here’s what you need to know to avoid killing these cherished gifts by the weekend.
OK, how many times have you heard people say something like this? “Be sure to keep poinsettias away from children and pets, because they might eat the leaves and get poisoned.” Poinsettia or Poison? Hold Me, I’m Scared! Poinsettias are NOT poisonous. The milky sap might not look appetizing (which is why very few sentient people would actually eat the […]