Light: An infamous festive shrub... this fellaprefers a bright spot in your home (he won't do well in shade!)
Water: You'll want to water him when his soil has almost completely dried out. Always use lukewarm water, as roots systems can be sensitive to temperature change.
PM tip: While there’s no guarantee that your poinsettia will bloom again, we think it’s certainly worth a try! Around the middle of April or May, you'll want to trim him right back and repot in a slightly larger container with fresh, potting mix. Trim again in summer, pinching regularly to encourage bushier growth. To get him to bloom for next Christmas - you need to begin keeping him in complete darkness for about 10 hours a day for about 8 weeks starting in October. Then position in a bright sunny spot from then onwards. Let us know how you get on :)