Bird-of-paradise flower

Item No. 297531

Bot. name: Strelitzia reginae
Characteristics: Bird-of-paradise flower, also called called crane flower, is a popular houseplant, producing beautiful flowers reminiscent of flying birds. The “Strelitz reginae” seeds used by we use is closely related to the banana plant, which is evident in its similar-looking large fan-like leaves.
Cultivation & care:

Care Instructions


ecocube contains a plant seed package and special growing media.

  • Remove the paper sleeve from the ecocube and pull back sticker. Open the seed packet and carefully remove any stringy orange tufts attached to them with a clean knife.
  • Put seeds in a glass with luke warm water for 48 hours.
  • After 24-48 hours remove seeds from water and plant the seeds 1/2 to 1 inch deep and several inches apart. Carefully pour about 30 ml of water on the planted seeds.
  • Keep the ecocube in a very bright, warm place and water regularly (keep the granulate slightly moist but avoid overwatering!).
  • Bird-of-paradise flower seeds are slow to germinate, taking up to 8 weeks to germinate, and it will take 4 - 6 years for the plant to start blooming.
  • After about 1 year of growth, re-pot your bird-of-paradise plant by simply placing the entire ecocube into a pot with soil. The ecocube will slowly decompose and become a valuable fertilizer for the plant.

 7,95 / Pcs.

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