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Ashland Greenhouses grow thousands of poinsettias for the holidays

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Ashland Greenhouses grow thousands of poinsettias for the holidaysAshland Greenhouses grow thousands of poinsettias for the holidays

Ashland Greenhouses grow thousands of poinsettias for the holidays

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Newswatch 12's ashley tsao joins us live from ashland greenhouses to explain how you can keep your poinsettia alive through the holiday season.

When we see poinsettias, we immediately think about the holidays.

But these are actually tropical plants.

That's why ashland greenhouses grows them inside instead of out in the cold.

Be sure to keep your poinsettia inside.

They're not made for our cold, winter weather in southern oregon.

The plants don't like big temperature changes.

So keep them away from doors because a lot of cold wind could blow in.

You also want to let poinsettias dry out before giving them another sip of water.

The best way to tell is to pick the poinsettia up.

If it feels light, that means it could use another drink.

Ashland greenhouse workers say it's always exciting to help people start their holidays.

[522]taking care of pointsettias-sotvo people have very strong traditions where they have a certain pot, their grandmother's gold pot, or some type of porcelain figurine.

And they buy a find that one that they want.

Ashland greenhouses sells all different poinsettia colors.

They have the classic red, red glitter, marble and white.

The greenhouses sell all these colors in different sizes.

Coming up, i'll break down how ashland greenhouses grows high quality poinsettias.

Live in ashland, ashley tsao, newswatch 12.

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