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The Future of Fundraising: Pre-Finished Poinsettia Plants

Pre-finished plants are the answer to minimizing crop loss and maximizing your organization or school’s annual fundraiser revenue. 

Why pre-finished poinsettia plants?

Pre-finished poinsettias arrive to your location potted and well-established, treated with fungicide and ready for your TLC as opposed to the rigmarole associated with rooted cuttings. We know that teachers and facilitators have a limited amount of time as the school year commences, and pre-finished poinsettias are a great time-saver while also minimizing crop lass and maximizing fundraise revenue potential.

Pre-finished Poinsettia Program Benefits

  • No need to arrange for receiving, potting, and maintaining for weeks prior to the beginning of the school year when rooted cuttings would normally be delivered.
  • Potential crop problems that most commonly occur the first few weeks after planting and can have the greatest negative impact for the finished crop are eliminated.
  • Plants will be well established, treated with a fungicide, and pinched for proper size finishing.
  • Reduced inputs (fungicides, plant growth regulators).
  • No need to purchase pots and soil.
  • Just add fertilizer, monitor temperature, and watch/treat for insect pests.
  • With no adjacent light pollution from streetlights or ball fields these will finish perfectly the week after Thanksgiving.

Supplies are limited

If this communication is taking you by surprise, take a look at our suggested pre-finished production schedule - prep week will be here before you know it!

Pre-Finished Poinsettia Production Schedule

contact us to order at your earliest convenience. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you grow!
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Want to learn more? Our experts can help.

Mike Hellmann is Hummert's go-to plants and cuttings specialist. Contact Mike to order your pre-finished poinsettias at mhellmann@hummert.com
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