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The poinsettia dressed in a festive, shimmering foil, pot cover is the quintessential plant of the holiday season.


Selecting a few poinsettias is such a wonderful task; for some people the holidays are not complete until they have a few pots of poinsettias gracing their homes. The selection process for some people can take a sometime….de-sleeveing several plants, scrutinizing each one, until they find the perfect plant; other customers just snatch up the poinsettias knowing that each plant is going to be just, beautiful!



The Home Depot offer several sizes of poinsettias for sale the plants range from the tiny 3-inch petite single stem poinsettia, to a 4”, 6.5”, 8”, 10”, and we also have mixed potted poinsettia combination planters with ivy or pothos plants cascading out of the planters for a trendy, long lasting seasonal statement!



Stop by your local Home Depot for an amazing, glorious selection of Poinsettias, we have a size for any spot you may want to add a touch of…... live holiday spirit!


Click on the link to read a brief history, and view the growing of our potted Christmas friends…the Poinsettia!

Every year brings beautiful and new varieties of poinsettias, look at the splendid choices available to accent and complement any décor, they are extraordinary! 


Image result for poinsettia monet This beautiful speckled variety is called 'Monet' 

'Maren' a gorgeous coral color                     'Ice Punch' so full of cheer!

 'Peterstar White' just pure and simple       'Marble' is the name of this lovely specimen!

 Find a Poinsettia you will enjoy for the season, and beyond!  Maureen   

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Posted 2016-12-06T15:59:18+0000  by Maureen_HD_BOS Maureen_HD_BOS

Hey Maureen!

Great article, as well as your link to your other authored post regarding the person who brought Poinsettias to the United States, Joel Poinsett.

Last week, I had the good fortune (and luck) to stumble upon his grave in central South Carolina. He was a man of many talents, including being a botanist. 

It was a great experience but sadly, none of the flowers named after him were around to be seen!

Posted 2016-12-10T19:09:40+0000  by Joseph_HD_ATL
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