CHRISTMAS COMES IN EVERY COLOR...................




Yes......your eyes are not deceiving you.....that IS a blue poinsettia.....


My local grocer is one great store....they carry everything and I mean everything.

The other day was there and came across this unusual plant....a BLUE POINSETTIA....of course it came home with me.

It actually is getting bluer by the day....I'm assuming they did this by putting food coloring in the water when they watered an off white plant.  How clever is that?

Pretty neat....huh?

Hugs from here,

Jo

Comments

  1. Why am I not surprised that you would be the one to find a beautiful blue poinsettia. That really is incredible.

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  2. That is so pretty Jo!... xoxo Julie Marie

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  3. I have never seen a blue poinsettia...it's unique but it's a wonderful change from the "usual"!

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  4. That is the coolest thing I've ever seen. I'm glad you figured out how they got it to turn blue because I had no idea. Thanks for the tip!

    Happy Monday

    Cathy

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  5. It's Gorgeous Jo! I'll have to keep an eye out here to see if we have anything similar.

    I'm intrigued, lol!

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  6. Its lovely as are your photos. I am afraid I am a point and shoot photographer. But I sure enjoy seeing the photos by you gals that do such a good job!

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  7. Oh, how I love it. Simply beautiful. Blue is one of my favorite colors. Food coloring. That is a great idea.
    Mary

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  8. Oh Jo, I simply love them! I didn't know they came in blue! If you pop by my site (it moved by the way) You'll notice that I simply love blue and silver for Christmas!

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  9. Wow how cool is that!! Looks like something AJ's Fine Foods would come up with. I bet you are the only one on your block with a blue poinsettia :o)
    Have a great day.
    Always, Queenie

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  10. This is a first for me. I have never seen a blue
    pointsetta before. It is a lovely vibrant shade of blue.

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  11. Hi Jo,
    Wow, what a lovely poinsettia! It is the first time I see a Blue One!
    Hugs

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  12. Very unique! A conversation starter, to be sure.

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  13. Very cool, I'm not a huge fan of red, but love the blue, wonder if it will stay blue Hummm? Thank you sooo much for posting my dress form giveaway. I am meeting so many people, I'm your newest follower....Good luck on the giveaway!

    Carol

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  14. Gorgeous! That is the first blue one I have ever seen.

    xo,
    Danielle

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  15. makes for a true blue Christmas! Beautiful Jo xoxo Christel

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  16. Wonderful..how fabulous!
    Gorgeous Jo!
    Kiki

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  17. Special and unique, like it's owner:)

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  18. Wow what an amazingly beautiful touch! I love it!
    Tina xo

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  19. Ahh, thanks for explaining how they did that! I would have puzzled over that all day.

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  20. WoW Jo, this thing is magnificent. I've seen allot of colors but never ever a blue one! Love it!!!

    God bless and have a fantastic day sweetie!!! :o)

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  21. Well,that's a first...never seen a blue poinsetta. My sister would love that as Blue is her favorite color.
    I'd like one in Yellow.....(my fav. color) but I don't suppose that would look very Christmasy

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  22. Good Morning Sweet Lady!
    I must confess I have never seen a blue pointsettia! I love the look! I could just imagine what an amazing painting you would create using this plant.
    Have a wonderful day,
    Hugs Rosemary...xxx

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  23. i'd much rather have a blue one than a red one, like the blue better..hmmm wonder if you could get different colours?....

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  24. I LOVE your blog! We do have so much in common.. or at least the same likes. I'll be back. I'm your newest follower too.
    Hugs,
    Karen
    Ladybug Creek

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  25. Wow, I sure love that ~ just like at Halloween, I never see the white pumpkins that everyone shows, now I have to look for a Blue Pointsettia! Have a wonderful week...
    Cheryl

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