Strelitzia Reginae “Bird Of Paradise”
- Plant Care
The bird of paradise or crane flower is an appropriate name for this plant. It doesn’t take a stretch of the imagination to recognize its avian shape. It is part of the Strelitziaceae Family, one of the smallest of plant groups. The Strelitzia reginae is the most well-known member. It is one of the most iconic of tropical plants you’ll likely encounter. It is an eye-catching plant that is easy to grow. It’s a win-win situation. You give it the light and moisture it needs, and you’ll get a plant that will be a gorgeous centerpiece.
It is highly prized for its ornamental value. Its multi-colored flower head and blue-green foliage make it one of the beautiful plants you’ll likely encounter. The Strelitzia reginae is native to South Africa, yet can live in coastal areas where it has been introduced. It is a long-lived plant that is probably one of the most popular perennials worldwide. You’ll be in good company having it.
- Plenty of bright indirect light will keep the Strelitzia reginae happy with plenty of blooms. It thrives best in partial shade to full sun.The Strelitzia reginae does well with regular watering. You should keep the soil moist during the warmer months to prevent wilting.For as beautiful as the Strelitzia reginae is, it is not a fussy plant when it comes to soil. Any standard soil mixture will suit it just fine.18 - 30°CDuring the growing season water regularly and apply a balanced liquid fertilizer each month.
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