The ultimate indoor plant, with elegant leaves, a bird of paradise is perfect for any home. In this picture, the Birds of Paradise Trees are behind the Palm Tree.
Bird of Paradise - $120/each
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Bird of Paradise
Keep in a bright room, with filtered sunlight being the best.
Palm Tree: soil should be kept moist. These trees need well-draining soil. Overwatering or poorly-draining soil will result in drooping or yellowing leaves. Fertilize with houseplant fertilizer. Stop fertilization during winter, when they don't grow as much.
Bird of Paradise: Keep soil moist to the dryer side but not soggy during spring to fall. During winter, allow the top two inches to dry out before watering. They can benefit from the occational misting, which will also keep the dust off leaves. Fertilize once a month during growing periods of spring to fall.