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(Mars™ Poinsettia, Poinsettia)

Cultivars in the Mars™ Series of poinsettias bear colorful, long-lasting flower bracts on compact upright plants. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, they were developed for the holiday poinsettia trade. These mass-produced poinsettias grow from newly rooted cuttings into bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plants in a matter of months. In contrast, their wild ancestors in western Mexico are leggy, medium-sized deciduous shrubs that often shed their leaves before blooming. Plant...

(Poinsettia, Sonora™ Poinsettia)

Sonora™ Series poinsettias bear colorful, sharply lobed bracts on compact leafy stems. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, they were developed for the holiday poinsettia trade. These mass-produced poinsettias grow from newly rooted cuttings into bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plants in a matter of months. In contrast, their wild ancestors in western Mexico are leggy, medium-sized deciduous shrubs that often shed their leaves before blooming. Plant characteristics cited below...

(Poinsettia, Winter Rose® Early Red Poinsettia)

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...

Image of Euphorbia pulcherrima (WINTER ROSE® EARLY SERIES) photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

Poinsettias in the Winter Rose® Early Series are unique for their small, curled flower bracts that form rose-like clusters. These bushy, compact, early-blooming cultivars were introduced by Paul Ecke Ranch of Encinitas, California. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, they develop from newly rooted cuttings into bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plants in a matter of months. Height and width dimensions cited below are for first-year greenhouse-grown plants. Older plants attain...

Ruffled clusters of arching, cream-colored flower bracts crown the compact stems of this early-blooming poinsettia. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, this Paul Ecke Ranch introduction 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...

Image of Euphorbia pulcherrima (WINTER ROSE® PINK, WINTER ROSE® SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Poinsettia, Winter Rose® Pink Poinsettia)

Ruffled clusters of curled, bubblegum-pink flower bracts crown the compact stems of this early-blooming poinsettia. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, this Paul Ecke Ranch introduction 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...

Image of Euphorbia pulcherrima (WINTER ROSE® RED, WINTER ROSE® SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Poinsettia, Winter Rose® Red Poinsettia)

The poinsettia Winter Rose® Dark Red produces long-lasting, rose-like clusters of curled red flower bracts atop compact, dark-leaved plants. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, this Paul Ecke Ranch introduction 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...

Image of Euphorbia pulcherrima (WINTER ROSE® SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Poinsettia, Winter Rose® Poinsettia)

Cultivars in the Winter Rose® Series of poinsettias are unique for their small, curled flower bracts that form rose-like clusters. These bushy, compact cultivars were introduced by the Paul Ecke Ranch of Encinitas, California. Like all modern Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars, Winter Rose® poinsettias develop from newly rooted cuttings into bushy, bloom-laden, market-ready plants in a matter of months. Height and width dimensions cited below are for first-year greenhouse-grown plants. Older...

Image of Euphorbia punicea photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Flame-of-Jamaica, Jamaican Poinsettia, Vegetable-leather)

Rubbery twigs with a whorl of green leaves and a cluster of red and yellow bracts make the Jamaican poinsettia an unusual but pretty addition to the tropical garden. This evergreen succulent, maturing into a large shrub to very small tree, blooms anytime the weather is amply warm. It hails from both Jamaica and Cuba. A lone bole or multiple trunks may develop, branching out into a rather rounded but sparse silhouette.

Rings of leaf scars line the woody lower branches and trunk of the Jamaican...

Image of Euphorbia tirucalli photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Finger Plant, Indian Tree Spurge, Pencil Plant)

The pencil tree is well known around the world where it was grown a half century ago as a wartime experiment for rubber production. While these early plantations failed commercial viability, the plants remained behind to naturalize in other dry regions of the globe. Even in Africa its point of origin, probably coastal Mozambique, is cloudy. The value of pencil trees as living livestock enclosures led native peoples to spread the plants throughout much of arid south and east Africa.

Pencil tree...