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Mark A. Miller

(Enduring™ Pink Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

A member of the early-blooming Enduring™ series of poinsettia cultivars, this 2002 introduction is noted for its pink flower bracts, dark green leaves, and compact multi-branched habit. Plants in the Enduring™ series were developed by Paul Ecke Ranch of Encinitas, California. Like all modern selections of Euphorbia pulcherrima, they were developed to meet the massive holiday demand for greenhouse-produced poinsettias. These selections grow from unrooted cuttings to bushy, leafy, heavily...

(Holly Point Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

One of numerous poinsettia cultivars developed by Paul Ecke Ranch of Encinitas, California, this 1999 introduction is grown for its variegated leaves, bright red flower bracts, compact multi-branched habit, and early bloom. Like all modern selections of Euphorbia pulcherrima, it was developed to meet the massive holiday demand for bushy, showy-flowered, greenhouse-produced poinsettias. Its wild ancestors in western Mexico are leggy, medium-sized deciduous shrubs that often shed their leaves...

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(Cinnamon Star™ Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

The poinsettia Cinnamon Star™ bears buff-pink, carmine-flecked flower bracts from late autumn into winter. This radiation-induced mutation of Orion Red was developed and selected by German breeder Katharina Zerr. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, Cinnamon Star™ grows rapidly from an unrooted cutting to a compact, bushy, heavily blooming, market-ready pot plant. In contrast, its wild ancestors in western Mexico are leggy, medium-sized deciduous shrubs that often shed their...

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(Cortez™ White Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

The poinsettia Cortez™ White bears exceptionally long-lasting creamy-white flower bracts. This radiation-induced mutation of Cortez™ Red was developed by plant breeder Katharina Zerr in Hillscheid, Germany, in 1994. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, Cortez™ White develops from a newly rooted cutting into a bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plant in a matter of months. Plant characteristics cited below are for first-year greenhouse-grown plants. Older plants attain much greater...

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Syngenta

(Cortez™ Red Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

The poinsettia Cortez™ Red bears exceptionally long-lasting bright-red flower bracts. This cultivar was raised from seed by plant breeder Katharina Zerr in Hillscheid, Germany, in 1992. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, Cortez™ Red develops from a newly rooted cutting into a bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plant in a matter of months. Plant characteristics cited below are for first-year greenhouse-grown plants. Older plants attain much greater size. Wild poinsettias in the...

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Syngenta

(Cortez™ Pink Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

Long-lasting soft pink flower bracts cover the compact, leafy branches of the poinsettia Cortez™ Pink. This mutation of Cortez™ Red was discovered by plant breeder Katharina Zerr in Hillscheid, Germany, in 1994. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, Cortez™ Pink 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. Older plants attain much greater...

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Syngenta

(Flirt Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

Flirt poinsettia bears showy pink flower bracts from late autumn into winter on bushy compact plants. This radiation-induced mutation of the poinsettia cultivar 'Peterstar' was selected by German breeder Katharina Zerr in 1991. 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,...

(Mars™ Improved Red Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

The red flower bracts of Mars™ Red '09 poinsettia are a shade darker and a week later than those of its parent, 'Fismars' (Mars™ Red). This radiation-induced mutation of Mars™ Red was discovered and selected by plant breeder Katharina Zerr in Hillscheid, Germany, in 2004. 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...

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Mark A. Miller

(Mars™ White Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

Clusters of creamy-white flower bracts crown the compact, upright stems of Mars™ White poinsettia from late fall into winter. This radiation-induced mutation of 'Fismars' (Mars™ Red) was discovered and selected by plant breeder Katharina Zerr in Hillscheid, Germany, in 2004. 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...

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Mark A. Miller

(Mars™ Marble Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

Clusters of cream and pink flower bracts crown the compact, upright stems of Mars™ Marble poinsettia from late fall into winter. This radiation-induced mutation of 'Fismars' (Mars™ Red) was discovered and selected by plant breeder Katharina Zerr in Hillscheid, Germany, in 2005. 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...