XL Strelitzia Bird of Paradise in Ceramic


Our Strelitzia Nicolai AKA Bird of Paradise is an absolute must-have. Seen everywhere in interior styling, now you can purchase your own! Don’t forget our big house plants also come in belly baskets if you want a slightly different look with this beautiful plant.


An XL Strelitzia Nicolai measuring up to 1.2 m in height is one big guy! Also known as Bird of Paradise, this large plant is guaranteed to be a stunning addition to your home. This exotic plant is also known as a Wild Banana and paired with The Little Botanical Large concrete look ceramic it’s a real statement piece.

Note: the plant and ceramic will arrive in separate boxes. Just pop the plant in the ceramic and it’s ready for its forever home.

Due to the way this plant grows, split leaves are natural and please note it is normal for your plant to arrive to you with a few split leaves.

Please note: the pattern/ colour of the pot may vary as they are handpainted.

Additional information


Average care

Suitable for

Bedroom, Desk/Study, Hallway, Light spaces

Internal Pot Diameter (CM)


Pot Height (CM)



Strelitzia Nicolai, Bird of Paradise Plant, Wild Banana Plant



Estimated Plant Height (CM)

90cm – 1m

Plant Care

The Bird of Paradise AKA Strelitzia Nicolai requires a sunny spot but it doesn’t like direct sunlight as the leaves could scorch. They like to be kept moist in the Summer so should be watered weekly but don’t let it sit in water. In winter, let the soil at the top dry out in between watering. Brown tips can be caused by over-watering. 

Note, It is normal for the leaves to split at the end, this also occurs naturally in the wild. Unlike the Bird of Paradise cut flower, if you are looking for flowers they are unlikely to appear as this plant needs at least 6 hours of sunlight a day to actually bloom.


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