A winter classic, also known as a Christmas Rose.
Container may vary based on availability.
Keep the soil moderately moist, but allow the top to dry out in winter. Trim off dead or damaged leaves as they occur to keep the plant looking its best. Move the plant to a cool location up to six weeks before you want it to bloom. After blooming, trim off the spent flower stems. Select a location where the plant gets some sunlight but is protected from the midday sun. A bit away from a northern or eastern window would be ideal. The plant will also benefit from a room that is as cool as possible. Either mist the plant regularly or place the container on a saucer of pebbles filled with water to increase the ambient humidity.