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PostPosted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:40 pm    Post subject: Reclaimed Poinsettias  Reply with quote

Each year, as  the  Christmas Season winds down, there is an abundance of discarded Poinsettias to be found. With a bit of effort, I scrounge these discards, as many as I want/need.
Then, with care these soon to be recycled plants are not threatened by frost, or, heaven forbid, snow or a freeze, those Poinsettias are available to go back in the ground come Spring.
I mention this bit of recycling because, today, when I viewed that slight row of green and red, glistening from a bit of moisture, they were simply gorgeous.

No  tree hugger am I, but recycling  of  discarded Poinsettias does add a bit of beauty to the landscape during the holidays.


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