December 12th is National Poinsettia Day

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

While it is wonderful to receive flowers and decorative plants all year round, there is something really special about receiving them during the winter, with the snow outside your window.  They just bring that little bit of life and joy into the winter months.

National Poinsettia Day is celebrated on 12th December every year. The date marks the death of Joel Roberts Poinsett, who is credited with introducing the native Mexican plant to the United States in 1828. The purpose of the day is to enjoy the beauty of this "very beautiful"  plant.

The Poinsettia, which is also known as the Christmas flower, is the most popular plant during Christmas. 

Also celebrating Poinsettia Day:


VZWraps are an eco-friendly alternative to traditional wrapping paper.  Made in the US from 100% cotton or organic cotton (imported) with ribbons made primarily from recycled materials.  Just drop you gift in, tie the bag closed, and your wrapping is done. Best of all, there’s no trash left behind when your present is opened!
Shown here: Poinsettia gift bag.  The bags are 100% cotton ,ribbon is metallic mesh and they come in 5 sizes.


Tervis has a festive poinsettia wrap tumbler available in 16oz and 24oz that makes a great addition to any National Poinsettia Day celebration. Tervis has been making fabulously fun, insulated drinkware in America since 1946. With a lifetime guarantee, Tervis products keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold, are microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe, reduce condensation, and are personalized to reflect any hobby or interest. Tervis products are priced from $11-$25 and available at and thousands of retailers nationwide including Bed, Bath & Beyond. 

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