Birds of Paradise (Strelitzia nicolai) Holland

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Birds of Paradise (Strelitzia nicolai) Holland, also known as White Bird of Paradise, is a stunning tropical plant native to South Africa. It is renowned for its large, paddle-shaped leaves and unique, bird-like flowers that resemble the plumage of exotic birds.

Birds of Paradise (Strelitzia nicolai) Holland is a magnificent and iconic indoor plant known for its striking foliage and unique flowers. Native to South Africa, this tropical beauty adds a touch of exotic elegance to any space and can become a focal point in your home or office.

Here are some detailed care tips to help you keep your Birds of Paradise (Strelitzia nicolai) Holland thriving:


Place your Plant in a location with bright, indirect light. They enjoy plenty of sunlight but can tolerate some shade. Avoid exposing them to direct, harsh sunlight as it can scorch the leaves.


Birds of Paradise prefer warm temperatures between 65°F to 85°F (18°C to 29°C). Protect them from drafts and cold temperatures as they are sensitive to chilly environments.


Water your plant thoroughly, allowing the top inch (2.5 cm) of soil to dry out between waterings. They prefer slightly moist soil but are susceptible to root rot if overwatered. Ensure proper drainage by using a well-draining potting mix and a pot with drainage holes.


Birds of Paradise appreciate higher humidity levels. Mist the leaves regularly or place a tray filled with water and pebbles near the plant to increase humidity. Alternatively, use a humidifier to maintain an optimal humidity level.


Feed your plant with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer once a month during the growing season (spring and summer). Dilute the fertilizer according to the instructions on the package to avoid fertilizer burn.


Remove any yellow or damaged leaves to maintain the plant’s appearance. Pruning can also help manage its size and shape. Trim off spent flower stalks at the base to redirect the plant’s energy towards new growth.


Birds of Paradise prefer slightly crowded conditions, so repotting is typically necessary every 2-3 years or when the plant has outgrown its current pot. Choose a pot that provides enough room for the roots to spread but avoid excessive space that can retain too much moisture.


Birds of Paradise can be propagated through division. When repotting, carefully separate the offsets or rhizomes and plant them in their individual pots with well-draining soil.


Keep in mind that Birds of Paradise are toxic to humans and pets if ingested, so keep them out of reach.

With these care tips in mind, you can enjoy the grandeur and beauty of your Birds of Paradise (Strelitzia nicolai) Holland as it transforms your space into a tropical oasis.


80 Cm, 90Cm, 1.4-1.5M


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