What is this flower plant that turns its leaves to bright pink? How do I care for it?
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It's a Poinsettia - they come in a range of colours, pink, white, red. If yours has produced these coloured bracts all on its own, the conditions must be right for it - in the UK, we buy red ones at Christmas and then throw them away, because getting them to produce red bracts again is a performance, with the plant needing to be placed in darkness for a few weeks.
They like bright daylight, but not direct sun; they do not like to dry out, but the usual rules apply; water when the surface of the soil feels just about dry to the touch, water well, and allow excess to drain away freely. Further info here https://www.lowes.com/n/buying-guide/selecting-caring-poinsettia