Are you in the holiday spirit and thinking of the perfect décor piece for the home or a gift for a holiday party? A traditional poinsettia is the perfect Christmas gift for these occasions, featuring traditional holiday colors of red and green. Hall’s Flower Shop & Garden Center, your local florist, in Stone Mountain, GA will have in stock not only red poinsettias, but a wide selection of colors including white, pink marble, peach and even a few variegated poinsettias which are mixtures of colors.
Same-Day Poinsettia Delivery
You can either stop by our location at 5706 Memorial Drive, Stone Mountain, GA 30083 to pick up poinsettias today or have us deliver these wonderful Christmas plants right to your home or at the residence or office of a friend or loved one. We provide same-day delivery to Decatur, Lilburn, Lithonia, Snellville and Tucker.
The rich red flower of the poinsettia is large enough to be a statement piece without being too large where it takes away from any home decor space. The poinsettia plant originates in Mexico, and has become a traditional gift sold in the six weeks leading up to Christmas.
Facts About Poinsettias
A common misconception about the poinsettia is the plant is poisonous. Good news, it is not! The only way for the plant to harm you or your pet is if over 40 of them are ingested! Another misconception about the poinsettia is that it’s a flower. The red part of the plant is actually just colored bracts or leaves. There are over 100 different varieties of poinsettias. They come in the traditional red, white, pink, burgundy, marbled and speckled. Whatever the color, this plant goes great in any Christmas décor setting. Nothing says Christmas like the poinsettia!
Although the month of December is associated with jingle bells, sleighs, Santa, snow and decorations, the poinsettia plant is not limited to the Christmas season. It is also the symbol for all of the babies whose birthdays are lost in the holiday festivities. We didn’t forget about you December babies, and neither did the poinsettia!