One of the most beautiful of all exotic flowers, the bird of paradise plant is often grown indoors. In order to make bird of paradise flower, the proper growing conditions must be met. The following articles can help with this. Learn how to care for bird of paradise in the home, or even outdoors, and use the bird of paradise growing tips to enjoy this lively, exotic plant.
By Raffaele Di Lallo, Author and founder of Ohio Tropics houseplant care blog
Bird of paradise is a dramatic indoor houseplant and is generally easy to care for given the right conditions. Occasionally, though, if the conditions aren’t quite right, fungal bird of paradise leaf spot can occur. Learn what you can do for leaf spot on indoor bird of paradise here.
Can you move a bird of paradise plant? Yes is the short answer, but you need to take care in doing so. Whatever the reason is, be prepared for a big job. This article will help with tips on how to transplant a bird of paradise in the landscape.
Bird of paradise gets its name from the brightly colored, spiky flowers that look like a tropical bird in flight. It?s a showy plant, which makes it all the more devastating when it runs into trouble. Learn more about bugs that attack bird of paradise plants here.
Bird of paradise, also known as Strelitzia, is a striking plant, so it can be a real blow when it falls victim to a disease and stops looking its best. Learn more about common diseases on bird of paradise plants and methods for treatment in this article.
Let's talk about how to fertilize bird of paradise plants. The good news is that they don't require anything fancy or exotic. You can provide a natural fertilizer in your garden with a layer of mulch and regular feedings. Learn more in this article.
Sometimes, despite your best efforts, bird of paradise plants develop yellow leaves due to problems with lighting, watering or pests. Find out if your yellowing plant can be saved in this article. Click here for more information.
Whether indoors or out, bird of paradise plants require bright light, well-drained soil and adequate water through the growing season. Read this article to learn how to take care of birds of paradise in the garden. Click here for more info.
Bird of paradise freeze damage can be as mild as winter burnt leaves to stem and trunk freezes. A few tips from this article will help you protect bird of paradise from freezing and can help you learn how to heal bird of paradise plant freeze damage.
Few plants evince the exotic tropics like the bird of paradise. The unique flower has vivid colors and a statuesque profile that is unmistakable. Read this article to learn more about the types of bird of paradise plants.
To keep these plants thriving, or simply start plants of your own, you can learn how to propagate birds of paradise. Propagating bird of paradise is a common practice, and tips from this article will help.
The growing and care of Mexican bird of paradise plant isn?t difficult; however, this plant is commonly confused with the other species in this genus. This article will explain the subtle differences between them.
Pruning is one of the most important maintenance tasks for the landscape, but every plant has a different time and method. Need to know how to prune a bird of paradise? Bird of paradise can be lightly trimmed at any point, but serious pruning should wait. Learn more here.
If you like a tropical flair to your living space, you’ll love the idea of bird of paradise as a houseplant. To grow an indoor bird of paradise, you must provide the plant many of the same conditions found in its native habitat. Click this article for tips on its care indoors.
One of the most spectacular and impactful flowering plants for tropical to semi-tropical zones is Strelitzia bird of paradise. If you want bird of paradise flowers, regardless of location, click here for tips on growing these unique beauties.