Bird Of Paradise Orange. 6th single(2003.5.21) 2nd album'modern lights'(2003年発売）収録作詞・ボーカル：ナガシマトモコ作曲・ギター：藤本 一馬主演:桃生亜希子ディレクター. This plant has five petals that are each shaped like a heart and they vary in color from deep red to yellow.
This south african beauty makes a bold statement in bright orange, purple, blue and white playing off evergreen leaves. This bird of paradise variety has long leathery leaves reminiscent of those on the banana tree, to which it is related. The flowers are excellent for cutting.
Moist Summer, Almost Dry Winter.
It gets its name from the bright colors it displays, which contrast with the green leaves on its stem. The bird of paradise derives their name from the three bright orange petals and three blue petals fused into a single bud that looks similar to a bird. Indoors as a houseplant, orange bird of paradise rarely blooms.
Others Believe It Resembles A Sunbird Drinking Water.
What is a bird of paradise plant? Orange bird of paradise or strelitzia reginae is an unusual and popular tropical houseplant that is highly sought after and for a good reason. 65 to 75 degrees fahrenheit is optimum.
Still Others Find That It Looks Like A Colorful Crane’s Head.
As the flower blossoms, they takes on a tropical bird's view in flight as each colorful petals debuts. The exotic flowers with three brilliant orange sepals and three bright blue petals emerge from a hard beaklike sheath at a right angle to the stem, giving the appearance of a bird's head. The dense clumps grow similar in width to the plants overall height.
There Are Five Strelitzia Species, But Only Two Are Commonly Grown As Indoor Plants:
They are sure to add that lush, tropical look in your garden. 6th single(2003.5.21) 2nd album'modern lights'(2003年発売）収録作詞・ボーカル：ナガシマトモコ作曲・ギター：藤本 一馬主演:桃生亜希子ディレクター. The family has 44 species in 17 genera.
It Is Commonly Referred To As The Bird Of Paradise Flower Or Crane Flower, And It's Easy To See Why.
Often the flowers need time to emerge from the protective sheath, which contains two flowers which can be gently pried from the sheath for display. The members of this family are perhaps best known for the plumage of the males of the species which are sexually dimorphic, in particular the very long. Nicolai (white bird of paradise).