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December 15, 2012 7:48 AM

The Grapevine (Dec. 15)

Washington, D.C.., florist Sarah von Pollaro is drawn to poinsettia varieties whose blooms are creamy white, speckled or bicolored. And the pot is the thing. She takes a large, yellow-white poinsettia and puts it in a recycled metal can made for pistachios, blue and corrugated. In a smaller, repurposed plum tomato can, she places a dainty scarlet cyclamen whose blossoms pick up the colors of the label.

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