Grown by United Nursery, the Strelitzia Reginae, or as more commonly known as Orange Bird of Paradise, is 1 of the 4 species that represent the South African Strelitiziaceae family, the most common is the orange bird of paradise and white bird of paradise. Although this beauty is slow growing and will not bloom until 4-years or 5-years of age, it is long-lived and flowers profusely nearly year round in warm climates. This plant will reach a maturity height of 4 ft. to 6 ft. tall and wide and are considered deer-resistant (though we make no promises). Place these plants at least 3 ft. apart - give it enough room to fan out as it matures. The Orange bird enjoys plenty of indirect bright to medium lighting conditions and like many indoor plants, water when the top soil is dry to the touch. Indoor house plants are proven to be excellent air purifiers which help decrease stress and anxiety while stimulating creativity and productivity. Great for yourself or as a gift.
- Shipping to extreme cold weather states is also not recommended, pet owners should be aware that according to ASPCA, the orange bird is toxic to pets if ingested, each live plant will be slightly different, thus the plant you receive may vary from the photo representation
- Orange blooms - nothing says tropical living like orange bird of paradise, a nature's work of art with exquisite flowers shaped like a bird in flight - or a crested bird's head on long stems resembling the graceful neck of a crane, orange bird of paradise grows in a clumping form with thick, gray-green leaves on graceful, upright stems, the orange bird of paradise makes an outstanding tropical accent, working well in formal landscapes or more casual designs
- Breathe with ease – indoor plants remove indoor air toxins while they help increases humidity and reduce levels of airborne dust, keeps your home and office clean and healthy
- Indoor house plant care - place the orange bird of paradise out of direct sun near a warm, bright window with southern or western exposure, keep this plant at normal indoor temperatures, 65°F to 80°F is optimum, do not allow exposure to temperatures below 50°, give it all the bright natural light possible, water the indoor bird of paradise thoroughly throughout the spring and summer
- Special sustainable and recyclable packaging- our unique shipping design keeps your plant steady and fresh from origin to destination
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