Strelitzia Reginae duo

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The Strelitzia originates from South Africa and is known for its beautiful orange flower with blue-coloured stem.

Please note! These plants naturally have cracks in their leaves.

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Description

Height

35 cm

Potsize

12 cm

Botanical name

Strelitzia Reginae

Toxic to pets

Yes

Care

Watering Requires water once a week. During the summer twice a week
Best location Bright or a lot of medium indirect light. Can withstand the full sun
Plant nutrition It is best if you add plant nutrition once every 2 weeks during the summer
Repotting After purchase, repotting is not necessary. The plant should then be repotted preferably every 2 years

Description

The Strelitzia originates from South Africa and is known for its beautiful orange flower with blue-coloured stem.

Strelitzia has many different nicknames. From Bird of Paradise, Bird's head flower, to Bird of Paradise Plant.

The plant's appearance has charmed many who have seen it. The best thing about the Strelitzia is that it is an indoor flowering plant, and that it often blooms in nature.

However, at home, the Strelitzia will only flower after eight years which happens when the plant is about 2-3 meters. The plant needs direct sunlight, a lot of water, and love for flowering.

Please note! These plants naturally have cracks in their leaves.

Specifications
More Information
With or without pot?With decorative pot
Pot materialCeramic
Pot colourBrown
Height in cm35 cm
Pot size Ø12 cm
Botanical nameStrelitzia Reginae
NicknamesBird of Paradise, Bird of Paradise Flower, Bird's Head Flower
Quantity2
AttributesAir-purifying, Easy to care for, Green, Tropical
LocationDirect sunlight
WateringRequires water once a week. During the summer twice a week
Best locationBright or a lot of medium indirect light. Can withstand the full sun
Plant nutritionIt is best if you add plant nutrition once every 2 weeks during the summer
RepottingAfter purchase, repotting is not necessary. The plant should then be repotted preferably every 2 years
ToxicYes
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