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Strelitzia reginae Bird of Paradise 10 seeds


Seeds from Strelitzia reginae, This plant grows to 15 feet. The 6 to 8 foot leaves are grey green and arranged in fans atop the trunks. Plants form clumps of several variably sized trunks. The inflorescence are composed of a dark blue bract, white sepals and bluish purple tongue. The entire bird can be as large as 4 inches high by 10 inches long. Flowers are followed by triangular seed capsules. Full sun to part shade. . Water when dry. Does not like saturated conditions. USDA Zones 9 to 11. Leaf damage occurs at temperatures below 28 F but plant will recover. The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1 deep and kept at 68 to 77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate.
Strelitzia reginae Bird of Paradise 10 seeds

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Seeds from Strelitzia reginae, This plant grows to 15 feet. The 6 to 8 foot leaves are grey green and arranged in fans atop the trunks. Plants form clumps of several variably sized trunks. The inflorescence are composed of a dark blue bract, white sepals and bluish purple tongue. The entire bird can be as large as 4 inches high by 10 inches long. Flowers are followed by triangular seed capsules. Full sun to part shade. . Water when dry. Does not like saturated conditions. USDA Zones 9 to 11. Leaf damage occurs at temperatures below 28 F but plant will recover. The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1 deep and kept at 68 to 77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate.
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Strelitzia nicolai White Bird of Paradise 8 seeds


Seeds from Strelitzia nicolai,or white bird of paradise this giant bird of paradise plant that is hardy in zones 9 to 11. To grow from seed remove the orange arils and sow seed in equal parts course sand and compost. Cover with a small amount of compost and keep moist. Keep seedlings protected and in a shady spot for the first season. It will grow in semi shade or full sun and requires a moderate amount of water, composted soil and space to spread as it can reach 15 feet.
Strelitzia nicolai White Bird of Paradise 8 seeds

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Seeds from Strelitzia nicolai,or white bird of paradise this giant bird of paradise plant that is hardy in zones 9 to 11. To grow from seed remove the orange arils and sow seed in equal parts course sand and compost. Cover with a small amount of compost and keep moist. Keep seedlings protected and in a shady spot for the first season. It will grow in semi shade or full sun and requires a moderate amount of water, composted soil and space to spread as it can reach 15 feet.
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Strelitzia nicolai Giant Black 8 seeds


Seeds from Strelitzia nicolai, which resembles a crown of banana like leaves atop a palm tree trunk, combine with huge, uniquely flowers, and then you have the bird of paradise tree. Related to the bird of paradise flower Strelitzia reginae, but this one grows to 30 feet. The 6 to 8 foot leaves are grey green and arranged in fans atop the trunks. Plants form clumps of several variably sized trunks. The inflorescence are composed of a dark blue bract, white sepals and bluish purple tongue. The entire bird can be as large as 7 high by 18 long. Flowers are followed by triangular seed capsules. Full sun to part shade. . Water when dry. Does not like saturated conditions. USDA Zones 9 to 11. This plant is hardier than S. reginae. It can handle brief periods of frost with no damage. Leaf damage occurs at temperatures below 28 F but plant will recover. The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1 deep and kept at 68 to 77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate.
Strelitzia nicolai Giant Black 8 seeds

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Seeds from Strelitzia nicolai, which resembles a crown of banana like leaves atop a palm tree trunk, combine with huge, uniquely flowers, and then you have the bird of paradise tree. Related to the bird of paradise flower Strelitzia reginae, but this one grows to 30 feet. The 6 to 8 foot leaves are grey green and arranged in fans atop the trunks. Plants form clumps of several variably sized trunks. The inflorescence are composed of a dark blue bract, white sepals and bluish purple tongue. The entire bird can be as large as 7 high by 18 long. Flowers are followed by triangular seed capsules. Full sun to part shade. . Water when dry. Does not like saturated conditions. USDA Zones 9 to 11. This plant is hardier than S. reginae. It can handle brief periods of frost with no damage. Leaf damage occurs at temperatures below 28 F but plant will recover. The seeds need to be soaked for 24 hrs and then sown 1 deep and kept at 68 to 77 degrees with light. These can take anywhere from 8 weeks to 4 months to germinate.
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Strelitzia juncea 6 seeds


Seeds from this Strelitzia juncea, Crane flower or narrow leaf Bird of Paradise. This Bird is quite different than the other species as the flowers are perched upon a long reed like stem that has no significant leaves. although the blossoms are the same color as reginae, it is a different species. Growing up to 6 feet tall, this plant likes both full sun and part shade. Hardy to 20 to 25 degrees.
Strelitzia juncea 6 seeds

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Seeds from this Strelitzia juncea, Crane flower or narrow leaf Bird of Paradise. This Bird is quite different than the other species as the flowers are perched upon a long reed like stem that has no significant leaves. although the blossoms are the same color as reginae, it is a different species. Growing up to 6 feet tall, this plant likes both full sun and part shade. Hardy to 20 to 25 degrees.
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Strelitzia Reginae Miniature | 5 Seeds


Here I am offering seeds from the Strelitzia Reginae Miniature plant. These miniatures are the same as the larger Reginae, but they have shorter stems and the leaves are more slender than normal. The Reginae miniature is taller than the dwarf. The stems of the miniature are approximately 4 feet in length and the flowers on the miniature are smaller. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.
Strelitzia Reginae Miniature | 5 Seeds

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Here I am offering seeds from the Strelitzia Reginae Miniature plant. These miniatures are the same as the larger Reginae, but they have shorter stems and the leaves are more slender than normal. The Reginae miniature is taller than the dwarf. The stems of the miniature are approximately 4 feet in length and the flowers on the miniature are smaller. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11.
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