Birds of Paradise

$59.00 – $219.00

Extra large
Plant Description

The birds of paradise is one of the most popular plants ever due to their unique beauty and their lovely leaves and flowers. Taking after their name, you’ll notice how a mature, flowering plant takes on an exotic bird appearance that is vibrant and delicate, making them wonderful for filling spaces or adding a strong dose of beauty into any room. They are fairly easy to care for and there are several colors that you can get for the indoor varieties.

Some of the birds of paradise most popular characteristics are:

  • Large, vibrant and dramatic flowers that are iconic and lovely
  • Easy to care for, they only require slightly more attention than standard plants
  • Comes in vibrant orange and white with the indoor varieties
  • Has a unique grouping formation that love amazing

Plant Delivery & Shipping

Bloomspace delivers to NSW, VIC, QLD, ACT, and SA. Some large plants and orders can only be delivered to the Sydney Metro area.

For the Sydney Metro area we charge a flat fee of $18. For all other regions, we search a large database of shipping companies and show you the prices for each company. For Canberra, Brisbane, and Melbourne this cost is typically between $15 - $30. For country regions and/or large orders or large plants, the cost is typically between $30 -$45. Please reach out to us if you are shown an unrealistic cost.

We want to make sure you receive a happy and healthy plant. It will take us a couple of days to prepare the plant for the journey. For customers in Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, and Melbourne, your plants should be delivered in 4-5 business days after the order has been marked fulfilled, while for customers in regional areas expect 5-7 business days. All plants are carefully packaged to ensure your plant arrives in perfect condition. Your plant will have been in darkness for a couple of days, so expect your plant's appearance to improve after a couple of days of light and fresh air.

Do the pots featured in the photographs come with the plants?

No, all plants come in a standard grower's pot like what you would get from a nursery.

Are your plants real?

YES! We only sell real living plants.

Do you really offer a money back guarantee?

YES! We stand by our plants 110%. If there's a mistake or something doesn't quite work out with an order , you have our word that we will do our best to fix it, we won't quibble, and if we can't fix it, we will return your money.

Are your plants and pots sent at the same time?

Typically not, it is safer for both of them to be sent separately. 



Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Great plant

Great shipping, healthy plant. Thanks

Wonderful Plant and purchase experience

While I was on holiday in Bali, I was impressed by the beauty of bird of paradise. I was very happy to find this on bloomspace. The plant arrived healthy and exactly what I was expected.

Plant Guide

One thing that more knowledgeable plant owners might notice is that birds of paradise tends to look like a banana plant. It’s in the leaves. Both of them have large, paddle-shaped leaves that are truly spectacular. The major difference is that birds of paradise grow straight from the soil. You’ll also notice that the birds of paradise’s leaves grow together in a cluster, tightly grouped together and giving you a dramatic look that adds to any room.

However, what is most breathtaking is the birds of paradise flower. Their flowers are very colorful and flamboyant, growing up from the leaves. They look just like an exotic bird’s head and they are on a long stalk, giving them a wonderful aesthetic that no other plant can replicate. They appear tropical and lovely with a vibrant beauty.

While the birds of paradise plant comes in many different colors, the vast majority of indoor varieties contain white or orange flowers, but don’t worry. Regardless of which you get, the plants are both very beautiful and grow well indoors.

You might expect such a beautiful plant to be difficult to care for, but it’s actually quite easy. You’ll need to give them slightly more attention than other plants, like devil’s ivy that is almost impossible to kill, but not that much more. They do best with bright indirect light and partial direct sunlight during the morning and afternoon. This light exposure allows them to flower at their best.

Watering is pretty similar. During the warmer months of spring and summer, make sure to keep the soil nice and moist. During the winter, you can let the soil dry a little before watering the birds of paradise. That’s all there is to it. Even novice growers can easily do this.

Birds of paradise are absolutely stunning and give you a unique and colorful aesthetic that works in any room. While they need some direct sunlight, you should be able to get enough by just leaving the plant near a window, aside from that you can easily place them anywhere in the room. If you want a dramatic plant that is vibrant and breathtaking, then the birds of paradise is right for you.

Plant Specifications
Size Small: 50cm to 60cm, Medium: 60cm to 70cm, Large: 70cm to 90cm, Extra large: Over 1m pot
Difficulty Easy
Pet Friendly No
Light  The plant requires bright indirect light including partial direct sunlight, especially morning or afternoon sun, to bloom well.
Water Water regularly to keep the soil moist in spring and summer, during the growing season, but allowing the top soil to dry out between waterings in winter.