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Mark A. Miller

Infinity Red poinsettia bears clusters of fiery red flower bracts on compact, sturdy, upright plants. It was discovered in 2000 by Marga Dümmen of Rheinberg, Germany, among seedlings of a cross between two unnamed selections. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, it develops from a newly rooted cutting into a bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plant in a matter of months. Height and width dimensions cited below are for first-year greenhouse-grown plants. Older plants attain much...

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Mark A. Miller

(Cortez™ Burgundy Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

A new color in poinsettias, Cortez™ Burgundy produces red-purple flower bracts on compact, dark-leaved, relatively late-blooming plants. This mutation of Cortez™ Red was discovered by plant breeder Katharina Zerr in Hillscheid, Germany, in 1998. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, Cortez™ Burgundy grows from a newly rooted cutting into a bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plant in a matter of months. Height and width dimensions cited below are for first-year greenhouse-grown plants....

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(Marblestar Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

The poinsettia cultivar 'Marblestar' bears pink, cream-edged blooms on bushy compact plants. This 1995 introduction is one of numerous poinsettia cultivars patented by Paul Ecke Ranch of Encinitas, California. Like all modern selections of Euphorbia pulcherrima, it was developed to meet the massive holiday demand for greenhouse-produced poinsettias. These selections grow from unrooted cuttings to bushy, leafy, heavily blooming potted plants in a matter of months. In contrast, their wild...

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Mark A. Miller

The poinsettia 'Merry Christmas' bears clusters of pink, rose-flecked flower bracts on leafy, medium-tall stems. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, it develops from a newly rooted cutting into a bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plant in a matter of months. Height and width dimensions cited below are for first-year greenhouse-grown plants. Older plants attain much greater size. Wild poinsettias in the uplands of western Mexico are leggy deciduous shrubs that typically bloom...

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Mark A. Miller

(Christmas Feelings Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

The poinsettia Christmas Feelings bears vivid-red, fade-resistant flower bracts from late autumn into winter on bushy compact plants. This cultivar was raised from seed by hybridizer Nils Klemm in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1999. Like all modern selections of Euphorbia pulcherrima, it was developed to meet the massive holiday demand for greenhouse-produced poinsettias. These selections grow from unrooted cuttings to bushy, leafy, heavily blooming potted plants in a matter of months. In contrast,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Christmas Carol Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

This early-blooming poinsettia cultivar bears bright pink flower bracts from mid-autumn into winter on bushy compact plants. It was raised from seed by hybridizer Nils Klemm in Stuttgart, Germany. Like all modern selections of Euphorbia pulcherrima, Christmas Carol Pink was developed to meet the massive holiday demand for greenhouse-produced poinsettias. These selections grow from unrooted cuttings to bushy, leafy, heavily blooming potted plants in a matter of months. In contrast, their...

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Mark A. Miller

The poinsettia Winter Rose® Early Red produces red, rose-like clusters of curled flower bracts atop compact, dark-leaved, relatively early-blooming plants. This Paul Ecke Ranch introduction was raised from seed by Ruth Kobayashi of Carlsbad, California, in 2000. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, Winter Rose® Early Red develops from a newly rooted cutting into a bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plant in a matter of months. Height and width dimensions cited below are for first-year...

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Mark A. Miller

Long-lasting clusters of hot-pink flower bracts crown the upright, leafy stems of Polly’s Pink™ poinsettia from late fall into winter. It was raised from seed by plant breeder Ruth Kobayashi of Paul Ecke Ranch, Encinitas, California, in 2002. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, Polly’s Pink™ develops from a newly rooted cutting into a bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plant in a matter of months. Height and width dimensions cited below are for first-year greenhouse-grown plants....

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Mark A. Miller

(Freedom™ Early Red Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

A member of the popular Freedom™ series of poinsettias, this 2006 introduction is noted for it scarlet flower bracts, deep green leaves, compact multi-branched habit, and extremely early bloom. Plants in the Freedom™ series were developed and introduced by Paul Ecke Ranch of Encinitas, California. Like all modern selections of Euphorbia pulcherrima, Freedom™ cultivars were developed to meet the massive holiday demand for bushy, compact, greenhouse-produced poinsettias. Their wild ancestors...

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Mark A. Miller

(Orange Spice™ Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

One of numerous poinsettia cultivars developed by Paul Ecke Ranch of Encinitas, California, this 2007 introduction is grown for its orange flower bracts, deep green leaves, and compact multi-branched habit. Like all modern selections of Euphorbia pulcherrima, it was developed to meet the massive holiday demand for greenhouse-produced poinsettias. These selections grow from unrooted cuttings to bushy, leafy, heavily blooming potted plants in a matter of months. In contrast, their wild ancestors...