With long elegant leaves rising up from the bottom, the Large Bird of Paradise is a popular indoor plant for creating that instant jungle atmosphere, and also a go-to statement plant by many interior designers.
Prefers lots of bright light
Water evenly when top of soil is dry, about once a week
30 days + lifetime expert plant care support
The Bird of Paradise has bright and striking split leaves that resemble that of a banana tree. It is a resilient plant and with consistent care, will often reward you with fresh new leaves. In maturity and with enough light, the Bird of Paradise will produce these exotic blue-and-white flower, resembling the head of a crane.
Meticulously hand-crafted ceramic cylinders, designed specifically for your plants to thrive. Wood stands handcrafted from reclaimed walnut and finished with non-VOC natural oil.
At Léon & George, we believe the world needs more plants – not just in our homes, but in our forests. To bring our impact full-circle, we plant a tree in a U.S. National Forest for every plant sold.
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