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Fri Jan 7 12:48:41 EST 2000

First thing to remember is that these are actually tropical plants that
thrive in  hot humid weather.  They aren't meant to grow inside for long
periods of time.   I don't imagine there is a place that you can grow it
indoors with out any sort of special light or climate controls. Best of luck

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Webbtron <webbtron at mindspring.com> wrote in message
news:83b7a8$q27$1 at nntp9.atl.mindspring.net...
> Euphorbias like bright light and moist soil.
> Does not like drastic temperature changes.  No need to fertilize unless
> plan to keep the plant.
> On a personal note the first thing I do is get that decorative crap
> the plastic pot off so it can drain properly and get some air.  Of course
> have my own selection of plants that I seem to be executioner of, this
> be your wife's. <g>
> craig
> "David McCoy" <david at mccoys.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:83917a$dd7$1 at news8.svr.pol.co.uk...
> > hello
> >
> > I am wondering if anyone can help my wife with a problem with growing
> > poinsetta in the house. Each year for the past three years she has
> purchased
> > one of these for for the house around christmas time and each year the
> lower
> > leaves start to turn yellow and fall and then this spreads upwards and
> > whole plant dies. We have tried different locations in the house but no
> > luck. any advise would be apprieciated to help this one flourish.
> >
> > david at mccoys.freeserve.co.uk
> >
> >
> >

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