One of the most popular indoor houseplants, the White Bird of Paradise is pleasing to the eye and brings a tropical feel to indoor spaces. Its large, dramatic, glossy, leaves grow mostly upright and are supported by sturdy stems. If any of the leaves split over time don't be concerned. The leaves of a White Bird of Paradise are naturally perforated and have adapted this way to become more aerodynamic in the windy tropics. This plant likes lots of bright, indirect sunlight and regular misting, especially during the winter when the air is dry.
- This plant requires medium to high light and will grow best in sunny spots where it can receive filtered sunlight. It makes the perfect plant for any well-lit room in your house.
- his plant needs regular watering twice a week or once every five days or so. It’s best to keep the soil evenly moist and watered.