With large glossy leaves and a lush jungle setting, the Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia Nicolai) is a real stimulant when imported indoors. Named for its colorful flowers that resemble a bird in flight, this stylish yet durable plant is ideal for beginners and experts alike. You can easily find the strelitzia Nicolai at affordable prices via https://www.plantvine.com/product/strelitzia-nicolai-white-bird-of-paradise/.
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Below are simple tips on how to care for your plants in the long term.
Big leaves mean more dust. Take each leaf between two soft towels and wipe the tops down to maintain a healthy shine.
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How to transplant a bird of paradise White
Indoor plants grow much slower than in the wild. Depending on the size of your plant and root density, it’s best to do this every 2-3 years to provide fresh nutrients and encourage new growth.
Pot Size – If you want your plant to grow taller, find a nursery pot that is 2 inches larger than its current pot. If you want your plants to be the same height, you can reuse the same pot and only replace the soil.
Get your hands dirty – spread the newspaper on the ground, remove the plant from the pot and shake the old soil as much as possible to get clean roots. Place the plant in the center of the pot, add new soil and pat it down. Water the soil liberally and place the plant in a place with bright indirect light.