Bird Of Paradise
Native to South America, this unusual flower is widely renowned as a crane flower. Intricate dimension and intriguing appearance resemble the showy forest birds known as birds of Paradise. The plant has stiff, erect, leathery, and oblong leaves and the flower that grows from rhizomes grows up to a height of 3-5 feet. The color of the foliage is bluish-green and may have a red midrib. The flower adorns orange and blue color and has two erect pointed petals and five stamens whereas the leaves are borne on a long petiole. The main flower bract resembles a shape of a boat and is green in color with red borders. The fruits form a shape of a capsule with numerous seeds within.
Ideal for tropical and semi-tropical zones, the spectacular flowering plant is easy to maintain and care for. The floret is meticulous about temperature range. The plant is a very popular source of inspiration in fine art besides that it symbolizes freedom and joy. With a bloom time from March to October birds of paradise, flowers are popular cut flowers, especially for summer floral arrangements.
This plant is 2-3 ft of height and 3-4 year old at the time of delivery.
Our Product are shipped in a root ball ,without pot.The pictures shown are for referral purposes only.
Few online retailers can match the generous size of our plants . Mainaam Garden is the largest Cymbidium Orchid nursery in Asia that endeavors to provide you with a premium quality product at a great low price.
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Our Product are shipped in a root ball ,without pot.
|August to February
|Spathe with a spike
|bright indirect light to the full sun when acclimated
|every 1-2 weeks
|natural room humidity but prefers humid conditions
|65 degrees F-85 degrees F
|well drainage potting mix
|either by seed or division
|phosphorus-rich fertilizer during the flowering season
|March to October