HOW TO GROW BIRD OF PARADISE SEEDS
Strelitzia Nicolai grows well from seeds. In order to ensure fast germination, soak the seeds of Strelitzia Nicolai for a day or two in lukewarm water, then sow them into the planting mix. The soil must be kept moist, the plastic sheet covering the soil must be kept clean, and the seeds must be allowed to germinate at a temperature of 25 degrees Celcius. Germination may take a few weeks or months. Strelitzia Nicolai is a slow-growing plant and may take three to five years to bloom and can be propagated by dividing old clumps.
CARE AFTER GERMINATION
Strelitzia Nicolai, also known as the giant bird of paradise, is a tropical plant that can only be grown in containers in Central Europe. It is easy to care for the plants, but it does not like cold, waterlogged, and dark. A sunny spot in the garden, the balcony, or the terrace is the bird of paradise's favorite place to be in summer. This plant is drought-tolerant, heat-resistant, and wind-tolerant. The plants should not be poured very often but then very extensively. Also suitable for keeping as a houseplant. Plants can live for 50 to 150 years.
BIRD OF PARADISE BENEFITS
As one of the most popular indoor plants, the Bird of Paradise is considered a queen. You can feel happy with this plant's bright, tropical-feeling flower, which has an exotic flower with an exotic flower. The large green leaves are good for air circulation and purification due to their size. It can relieve your stress and make you feel good. It purifies the air of the room it is in.
Note: Information provided for guidance only, as cultural practices and climatic circumstances vary.
- Growing conditions: Well-drained soil
- Growth habit: Tight clumping
- Typical height: 5 to 6m
- Light conditions: Full sun to part shade
- Kingdom: Plantae
- Clade: Tracheophytes, Angiosperms, Monocots, Commelinids
- Order: Zingiberales
- Family: Strelitziaceae
- Genus: Strelitzia
- Species: S. Nicolai
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