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Christmas Star


-Christmas Star is a plant from the Euphorbiaceae family. He is originally from Mexico. Christmas star grows in nature as a bush up to 3 m long, and as a potted flower it grows to a height of 30-45 cm and is much denser. It is accepted in the world as one of the symbols of the Christmas holiday. This is a perennial plant and requires long and specific care.


-This plant does not tolerate sudden changes in temperature, for that reason you must be careful when changing the place of the Christmas star. It is sensitive to temperatures below 10 degrees. The ideal temperature at which it grows is between 12-25 degrees, and during flowering it should be kept in a room with a temperature of 15-18 degrees.

Poinsettia loves light and you can keep it close to the window, but take care of the draft and keep the window from opening. As for the soil, he likes good fertilized humus soil. To make the soil soft and loose, mix it with sand before planting. When it comes to watering, check the soil moisture every day and water only when the soil is completely dry. It would be best for the water to penetrate to the tray on which the pot stands. She loves moisture, so she would like to spray the green part of the plant every day, and it would not be bad to put a layer of moist stones in the pot.

In order to improve flowering in October, the plant should be covered with an opaque material and kept in the dark for 14 hours a day from noon until the next morning for eight weeks.


-Easy to get drunk in June from the pelcer. Pelzer size 10 cm should be immersed in warm water for 3-4 hours (to prevent leakage of the milk layer). The cut parts can be rooted in a mixture of earth and gravel at a temperature of 21 degrees under foil or glass. Scarring lasts for 2-3 weeks. It is important to note that milk juice with cigar ash or dry sand should be sprinkled on the main plant from which the pelcers were taken. Loss of juice affects re-blooming.


-When the Christmas star completely blooms and rejects all the leaves, prune the branches to a length of 10 cm. In April, it should be transferred to a larger pot with fresh fertilized soil.