Canoyer Garden Center is your area stop for holiday poinsettias. Whether for home, church or fundraisers, we carry a variety of sizes and 12 different colors (also painted), great for decorating or gift giving (usually arriving around Thanksgiving weekend).

Poinsettia Fundraiser

It’s time to be thinking about a Poinsettia Fundraiser as the holiday’s are just around the corner. We offer 4 different colors and 2 different sizes of floral quality poinsettias personally grown by us.

6” Poinsettias – Red, White, Pink, and Marble – 5-9 Blooms
8” Poinsettias – Red, White, Pink, and Marble – 12-15 Blooms

If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Kathy Canoyer at 712-789-0690.
We have been in business for 20 years providing quality, service, and personal attention.

Poinsettias for churches

We offer churches the opportunity to purchase poinsettias to decorate for the holiday season. Some churches have their members purchase poinsettias in memory of a loved one. We offer 4 different colors and 2 different sizes of floral quality poinsettias personally grown by us.

6” Poinsettias – Red, White, Pink, and Marble – 5-9 Blooms
8” Poinsettias – Red, White, Pink, and Marble – 12-15 Blooms

If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Kathy Canoyer at 712-789-0690.
We have been in Business for 20 years providing Quality, Service, and Personal Attention.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Poinsettia Care:

DO place your plant in indirect sunlight for at least six hours per day. If direct sun can’t be avoided, diffuse the light with a shade or sheer curtain.
DO provide room temperatures between 68 – 70° F. Generally speaking, if you are comfortable, so is your poinsettia.
DO water your plant when the soil feels dry to the touch.
DO use a large, roomy shopping bag to protect your plant when transporting it.
DO fertilize your plant AFTER THE BLOOMING SEASON with a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer.
DON’T place plants near cold drafts or excessive heat. Avoid placing plants near appliances, fireplaces or ventilating ducts.
DON’T expose plants to temperatures below 50° F. Poinsettias are sensitive to cold, so avoid placing them outside during the winter months.
DON’T over water your plant, or allow it to sit in standing water. Always remove a plant from any decorative container before watering, and allow the water to drain completely.
DON’T expose your plant to chilling winds when transporting it.
DON’T fertilize your plant when it is in bloom.