Birds Nest of Paradise
This beautiful, tropical plant has its origin in southern Africa, where in nature can be up to 6 metres high. One can well understand that Paradisfuglen is a popular houseplant. Its large green leaves, clearly demonstrates that the originally derived from a more tropical climate. Paradisfuglen is really good in most homes, because in contrast to many other large plants, grows fairly vertical, and therefore not take up too much space in a room. Paradisfuglen can really help to pull the summer indoor and giving the feeling that you are in a tropical rainforest.
Botanical name: Strelitzia nicolai.
Watering: during the heating period the soil in your plant be kept slightly moist, but should never be very wet. In the winter, you must let the top few inches of soil dry out before watering. It is important that you do not overdo it - it can better tolerate slightly dry soil, than very wet soils.
Location: Paradisfuglen thrive both in direct and indirect sunlight. .
Temperature: the Plant thrives in the Danish indoor climate with temperatures between 15-30 °C. It is sensitive to cold, so place it in a place where temperature may be lower than 15 degrees.