I read your excellent article about how to care for a poinsettia:https://www.helpfulgardener.com/container/2003/poinsettia.html. In years past, I assumed my poinsettia was dead when all the leaves and bracts fell off. I was so proud of myself for keeping the beauty blooming this year, only to learn that it is normal for the leaves and bracts to fall away and that I should have let the plant dry out. I went looking for you when I realized a blooming poinsettia in spring is decidedly not normal.
Well, here we are in May with a full blooming poinsettia. It is about 10 degrees cooler here than other parts of New England since we are right on the water. It has only been above 70 degrees on two days. It is typically 50-60 degrees at night.
So here's my dilemma...Do I let the plant dry and put it in the basement for a month and then begin the correct regimen in late May/June? Or should I just keep watering it? Will I have trouble making it bloom again? Any advice you can offer on the matter is greatly appreciated. I'm so proud of my beautiful poinsettia, I don't want to wreck it!