Strelitzia nicolai <br> Giant Bird of Paradise
Strelitzia nicolai <br> Giant Bird of Paradise
Strelitzia nicolai <br> Giant Bird of Paradise
Strelitzia nicolai <br> Giant Bird of Paradise
Strelitzia nicolai <br> Giant Bird of Paradise
Strelitzia nicolai <br> Giant Bird of Paradise
Strelitzia nicolai <br> Giant Bird of Paradise
Strelitzia nicolai <br> Giant Bird of Paradise
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Strelitzia nicolai
Giant Bird of Paradise

Vendor
Aquatopia Conservatory
Regular price
$518.98
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PLANTED IN A DARK GREY 'AMSTERDAM' ECOPOT 

OR LECHUZA CLASSICO PREMIUM 50 CHARCOAL


Strelitzia nicolai                     

stre-LITS-ee-ah nic-OH-lie

Common Names: Giant White Bird of Paradise, Wild Banana  

Family: Strelitziaceae

Origin: South Africa

Growth: Clumping

Light: Full sun

Foot Candles: 250+

Water: Keep evenly moist

Humidity: 30% - 80%

Temperature: 18°C - 30°C

Soil: Well draining potting mix

Container: Self-watering planter

Nutrients: 15-10-10 Monthly  

Propagation: Seed or removal of sucker

Interiorscape Use: Large potted plant, atrium

Common Pests: Mealybugs, Aphids, Spider Mites, Scale, Thrips.

Common Issues: Root rot when sitting in water. Cosmetic: cold drafts cause brown tips, leaves naturally rip.

Comments: Typically grown for foliage but will bloom with sufficient light and cool nights. Often mistaken for a palm. Mature leaves grow to be 2 meters long. The common name is derived from its bird shaped flower.

Toxicity: Mild nausea, vomiting, drowsiness; caused mainly by fruit and seeds.  

PLEASE NOTE:

THIS PLANT REQUIRES SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION. PLEASE CONTACT US OR VISIT IN STORE TO ARRANGE SHIPPING.