The poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima) is a flowering plant that is native to Mexico and Central America. It is known for its bright, colorful bracts (modified leaves) and its small, yellow flowers, which are typically surrounded by red, pink, white, or yellow bracts. Poinsettias are popular holiday plants and are often used as decorations during the winter season. Poinsettias are members of the Euphorbiaceae family and are related to plants such as the rubber tree and the castor oil plant. They are typically small to medium-sized shrubs with dark green, oval-shaped leaves and are grown for their attractive bracts, which are often mistaken for flowers. Poinsettias are sensitive to temperature and light and can be difficult to grow, but they are widely cultivated in greenhouses and are a popular choice for indoor decoration during the winter months. Poinsettias are often associated with Christmas and are a traditional holiday gift in many parts of the world. They are also a popular choice for use in holiday wreaths, centerpieces, and other decorations.
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