Behind the Tradition: Poinsettias

Did You Know? Poinsettia plants are native to Central America, especially an area of southern Mexico known as “Taxco del Alarcon” where they flower during the winter months. The Aztecs referred to them as “cuetlaxochitl”. They had many uses for poinsettias, including using the flowers to make a purple dye for clothes and cosmetics and […]

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