Ever since the 1950s when German breeders succeeded in cultivating the first poinsettia plants that could flourish in heated rooms, poinsettias have been an indispensable component of the Advent and Christmas season. This diversified star among winter bloomers with its magnificently-coloured bracts accompanies people all over the world throughout the most beautiful time of the year as long as they...Read more
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Poinsettias are just as much a part of Christmas as the Christmas tree, home-baked cookies and candlelight. With their magnificent bracts they bring colour to winter rooms and light up happy faces. This beautiful winter bloomer is also extremely versatile and diversified. Whether in red, pink, white, salmon, apricot or the many other available colour shades, either as a miniature or shrub, potted...Read more
Handmade! Bowls in on-trend frozen look
Who doesn’t dream of a white Christmas? We can’t control whether it’s snowing and freezing outside. But now it is possible to bring winter into your home anytime: with poinsettias in a bowl of ice that never melts. This on-trend frozen look can be created with the flick of a wrist using hot glue sticks.Read more
Beauty to melt your heart
Impossible to ignore. The magical days of Christmas are fast approaching and preparations for the biggest family celebration of the year are in full swing. This Advent arrangement with cut poinsettias in red and salmon is especially well-suited for opulent decorations on the Christmas dinner table, and can already be prepared and decorated in advance.
December 12 is Poinsettia Day, a special day that falls almost exactly two weeks before Christmas, in honour of the undisputed cult plant of Advent and Christmas: the poinsettia. Like many other traditions, this special anniversary originated in the USA. Since 1852, every year Americans have been giving each other Christmas Stars on Poinsettia Day. A look into the history of these beautiful stars...Read more