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My dads favourite flower, he spent so much time perfecting growing these - Bird of Paradise

Amy Ross, 'Bird Of Paradise 6,' 2015, Kopeikin Gallery

From Kopeikin Gallery, Amy Ross, Bird Of Paradise 6 Watercolor, 34 × 26 in

A Bird of Paradise is a slow growing plant with large paddle shaped leaves that resemble those of a Banana Plant. Even indoors, a Bird of Paradise can easily reach a height of 6ft.-7ft. This plant has no stem and the leaves, sometimes 3ft or more in length, emerge from a central frond.

Unusual HousePlants: A Bird of Paradise is a slow growing plant with large paddle shaped leaves that resemble those of a Banana Plant. This plant has no stem and the leaves, sometimes or more in length, emerge from a central frond.

Bird of Paradise Flower can cause mild nausea, vomiting, drowsiness in dogs, cats and horses.    If you love dogs, please visit whatcanwe.org

Bird of Paradise Flower

Find out which plants are poisonous to dogs, cats and horses. Common toxic plants include sago palms, lilies, azaleas and tulips.

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