Orange Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia Reginae
Orange Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia Reginae
Orange Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia Reginae
Orange Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia Reginae
Orange Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia Reginae
Orange Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia Reginae

Orange Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia Reginae

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Size, Overall Height 6in Pot, 24-27in

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Famous for its unique crane flowers, Orange Bird of Paradise.

This plant is adored by interior design professionals for its dramatic long arching leaves, which create an ultra-beautiful tropical look. If you're looking for a tropical indoor house plant that is both exotic and beautiful, the Orange Bird of Paradise Strelitzia Reginae is the perfect choice.

Product Details

Growth Rate: Moderate
Mature Height: 6-7 ft.
Mature Width: 4-5 ft.
Light: Bright Indirect
Foliage Green, Orange Flower
Uses Interior Foliage, Accent Plant, Complements other plants
Characteristics long arching leaves
Soil Conditions: Prefers well drain organic soil
Does Not Ship To: AZ



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• Boost mood, productivity, concentration and creativity.
• Reduce stress by spending time caring for them.
• Add life to a given space, decorate and design with plants.

Moreover the Bird of Paradise:

This orange bird of paradise variety has long leathery leaves reminiscent of those on the banana tree or the white bird of paradise, to which it is related. The leaves develop in clumps that sprout from a ground-level base, while the flower rests atop a rigid stalk and is composed of orange sepals and blue petals. Bearing an uncanny resemblance to the head and crown of an exotic bird, the blooms appear sporadically through the growing season provided bright light.

Care & Maintenance



•Birds purchased for indoors can be watered less frequent, but the frequency will depend on the size of the plant, humidity levels and rate of growth.
• One of the most common mistakes in indoor plant care is overwatering. Indoor plants are far more tolerant to underwatering than overwatering.
• It is recommended to monitor your houseplants and water them when they need it, rather than on a schedule.
• The objective when watering plants is to maintain moist soil but never soggy. A moisture meter can reduce guesswork.
• Water requirements may differ for each individual plant so it's best to sample topsoil an inch deep every 3-4 days until you get a sense for each plant's needs.


•Trees generally require bright light, so an indoor plant should be placed near a window where it can receive the brightest available light.
• East, south, and west facing windows are the best options.
• Rotate the plant occasionally to allow it to receive bright light from different angles and minimize leaf drops from within the canopy.


•Selecting the right location for your plant indoors or outdoors is very important.
• Micro climates can affect the health of the plant.
• Make sure the plant does not receive air draft from AC/Heating vents, or warm air from close by freezers.
• The foliage will dehydrate faster than it can hydrate from moisture in the air, eventually turning brown and dropping.
• When plants are properly watered and care for and still display signs of wilting or seem sad it may help to relocate the plant to a different area for brighter indirect light.
• Most tropical plants are from the tropics and proper moisture is required for their health and survival—we recommend bringing your tropical plants indoors when temperatures are expected below 45s during winter months or above 90 during summer months as extreme weather can severely damage these types of plants.


•When repotting, it is recommended to plant between spring and fall.
• Use a potting mix with good drainage for repotting. Cactus mixes are recommended.
• Now is a good time to integrate a slow release fertilizer in the soil when repotting. Apply it based on label instructions.
• Most general all purpose fertilizers can work well for repotting purposes..
• Select a pot 2-3 inches wider than your current pot for repotting purposes . It should have drain holes if possible .Do not remove all the soil from the root ball—this procedure can severely stress or damage the plant .You may remove about an inch of the outer layer of soil as this can stimulate growth.
• Avoid planting too deep in the new pot—the top of the root ball should be level with the top of the soil in the new pot. In event that the new pot does not have drain holes, you must avoid water from accumulating in bottom section of pot —this will damage plant severely One possible solution is to water a fix amount of water ,depending on the size of the plant 1 cup of water per gallon of soil maybe sufficient

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