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Christmas star

The Christmas Star is a plant from the Milky Way family originating in Mexico. The plant, which the Aztecs called a wild flower in the wild, grows in the shape of a bush and reaches a height of up to 5 meters. It spread around the world thanks to the American ambassador in Mexico, Joel Roberts Poinsett, who brought it in 1828 to the United States. She planted the plant and sent it to various botanical gardens around the world. The first Christmas star in the pot is to be sold in 1850 in the United States. Christmas stars are best prospered in bright rooms, but direct sunlight must not fall on them. If it does not bloom, the most appropriate ambient temperature is between 20 and 22 ° C, while it is preferable that the temperature is still slightly lower during flowering. After flowering, the plant should not be overfilled.

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    • I call you so … I read only writes that it is not so toxic that it would be dangerous not for people or for pets … it flourishes for a couple of days and already leaves foliage and flowers … I probably have too hot

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