Euphorbia pulcherrima

Or what the majority of the world calls them – poinsettias.  Here are two of them that I did not feature over on my other blog but still keeping with the colors you don’t regularly see theme.

Have a great weekend everyone.  Stay safe and warm (unless you are in a warmer part of the world, then stay comfy) and next Friday is the big day! Wow, this year went by fast!  Not all that great but fast 🎄

Teri📷

poinsettia

Candy Cinnamon

Poinsettia

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16 Responses to Euphorbia pulcherrima

  1. JenT says:

    Those are lovely. I never realized how big they can grow as I’d only seen them in pots around Christmas time. My mother-in-law (may she rest in peace) had a poinsettia growing by her front door that was at least 8 ft. tall. Happy holidays!

  2. Garfield Hug says:

    First time seeing a candy poinsettia. I usually see reds and white. The pink one is very sweet looking. Maybe because I am a woman and pink reasonates with me or I am bias LOL!

  3. Pretty – Happy Friday, Teri

  4. Pit says:

    Beautiful!
    And have a great weekend yourself,
    Pit

  5. Nancy says:

    Quite pretty! Happy weekend to you as well!

  6. Lavinia Ross says:

    They are beautiful plants. My mother loved them, and would always get one at Christmas.

  7. Deb says:

    I have one that grows in a pot. The plant has turned red on the top in time for Christmas this year 🎄

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