How to Care For Your Poinsettias
So They Last Past the Holidays

  1. Put it in bright spot with indirect light.
  2. Water regularly so that the soil stays evenly moist.Rule of Thumb: if the surface of the soil is dry to the touch, it’s time for a drink.
    Don’t let roots sit in excess water or they can start to rot.
  3. Keep it in a spot where the temperature between 60-70°F and watch out for chilly drafts around windows.
    If your plant is too close to one or exposed to drafts when outside doors are opened, the cold can damage the leaves.

5th Annual Poinsettia Sale Fundraiser – Closed for 2023.  Check back next year!

Proceeds benefit children and seniors in the Tri-Valley area

These beautiful poinsettias come from a well-known nursery and are delivered fresh on Friday morning.  They are sleeved in colored foil and are ready to give as a gift or perfect to brighten up your holiday homes!

Poinsettia Details

Color: Red
Size:  6 1/2″ Pots and 18″ Tall


$18 each.

Pre-Order Dates

November 1, 2023 – 6:00 pm on November 25, 2023.

Pick-Up Information

Pick-Up Dates
Friday, December 1, 2023       11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday, December 2, 2023    9:00 am – 11:00 am

4725 First St., Suite 150, Pleasanton

(Special pick-up arrangements are available for orders of 10 or more)

Online Poinsettia Pre-Order

Pay by credit card or PayPal

Want to learn more on how to care for your plant all year long and get it to bloom again? 

Checkout this article — Growing and Caring for Poinsettias from the University of Michigan.

Contact Us

Bobbie Kosnik, Poinsettia Fundraiser Chair