www.shawnrocco.com\nwww.cellularobscura.com\n919-812-8291\firstname.lastname@example.org\n\nWhen you need a question answered while shopping for poinsettias at Multiflora Greenhouse in Hillsborough just ask for the man on the bike. "That's how I'm best known," says horticulturist Hans Lenselink, 48. Originally from the Netherlands, Lenselink is in charge of propagating the 140,000 holiday plants that the family-owned company will sell from Florida to Virginia this holiday season. Poinsettias aren't the only plants growing at the six-acre facility, and keeping an eye on the climate variables for the other vegetation means a lot of moving between greenhouses. Colleagues at other facilities use golf-carts. But Lenselink finds it easier to get around on a bicycle. It's eco-friendly and efficient. Plus, coming from a country where cycling is popular, it's what he's used to he says. As for the pronunciation of the traditional floral decoration? He and owners Jake and Wilna Rijdes all say poin-set-ee-ah, but agree that poin-set-ah is a little more popular with their local clients and friends.