Bird of Paradise - Modern Garden

Bird of Paradise

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Washed Gray
Washed Black
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The Bird of Paradise plant is one of the most popular house plants in the world. It is easy to care for and its large, structural leaves bring style and grace to any setting. Bird of Paradise exhibits tall stalks carrying broad green leaves with a glossy finish and often produces new leaves. It is common for older leaves to tear and curl over time. 





Thrives in bright direct to bright indirect light. Can take full sun.Thrives in medium to bright indirect light, but can tolerate low indirect light.


Water weekly, allowing the soil to dry out halfway down between waterings. Increase the frequency with increased light. Does best in higher humidity.


White Bird of Paradise is named for its regal, white bird-shaped flower. This plant does well with lots of bright light indoors or full sun outdoors. Not prone to insects or diseases, it's very low maintenance.

Large palm shaped fronds taper down to thick green stalks that produce new leaves from the center of the plant. Typically, these plants are symmetrical, or very close to it. Flowers form when these plants are kept outdoors in full sun and are mature enough. White Bird of Paradise prefers to stay somewhat dry. White Bird of Paradise is an elegant, graceful palm-like plant that gives vertical height and personality to any space, indoors or out. 

The large, lush green leaves have a very large spread and could serve as a focal point in an atrium or living room. White Bird of Paradise prefers to be given as much light as possible indoors, preferably nearby southern exposure or in a sunroom. Outdoors, these lush plants can be planted in full sun and where they have room to expand as they will grow about 20' tall with a 6' spread. Leaves are shredded when exposed to high winds, but tend to hold their shape and form better than bananas.


If your plant dies within 30 days, we’ll replace it for free, no questions asked.