Hot Red Mexican Bird of Paradise Tree

orange and yellow blooms

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My first time to ever see such a beautiful bloom on a plant, I thought! Until I got home and read the label and it says, no water preferably full sun, tree gets 10 foot wide by maybe up to 15 foot tall! I said you're kidding, I've already planted it into my yard, but only six inches away from my fence OMG what to do?


Just enjoy the beauty, by far one of the most colorful blooming trees I've ever seen. It's always nice to wake up, sit outside, and enjoy its beauty. I have absolutely done nothing to the tree except for Miracle Gro soil and water every once in awhile and one time have I given it plant food in the eight months I've had it. It is 12 foot tall literally. The no maintenance plant you can not go wrong growing. They also have a yellow Mexican bird of paradise tree. Please look for this plant in your local nursery and try it on for size and remember size matters. lol Peace out.

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Dickinson Texas

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In NM, our bird of paradise shrubs are more yellow and pink. Do yours make the seed pods that twist when ripe and fling seeds hither and yon?

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