Strelitzia nicolai | Giant Bird of Paradise | Wild Banana | 20_Seeds

Sold by BuyRareSeeds
Free shipping
In stock
Ships next business day
Arrives from the United States

Made in San Francisco, California

Item details

Here I am offering Seeds from Strelitzia nicolai, also known as Giant Bird of Paradise, Natal Strelitzia, Wild Banana, and Wild Strelitzia. This is one of the very few plants which have been verified to contain the pigment bilirubin, which is usually found in animals. This plant prefers to live in full sun to bright shade and can tolerate a light frost. This plant can be grown inside to protect it from any hard frost, and then it can be moved outside in the Spring where the birds, bees, and butterflies can take advantage of it. This normally blooms from late Spring until the middle of the Summer. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11

Average review
Great seeds! Very fresh! Quick ship too. Thank you.
May 6, 2017 by Tamara Castleberry
Aug 6, 2016 by Billie Daniels

Shipping & policies
Ships next business day
Arrives from the United States
Estimated Shipping
Shipping to
Zip or postal code

Shipping is Free to the United States.

I ship all orders out immediately as they are placed to make sure that everyone receives their seeds as soon as possible.

I ship all of my U.S. orders USPS-First Class with tracking.

International Shipping through USPS First Class Package Intl $4.95

WARNING: International seed orders take anywhere from 10 to 80 days to be delivered.


I accept all payment forms available in Etsy. Thank You

Returns & exchanges

If you are having any buyers remorse after you make your purchase please just write "Return To Sender" on your package and give it back to your mailman. When your purchase returns here a couple days later I will give you a full refund.
If you have opened your seeds and you want to return them, please mail them back to me here at:

Buy Rare Seeds
1395 27th Avenue
San Francisco, CA

I will give you a full refund immediately upon their arrival.

If you have already planted your seeds then it is too late to return them. Please be patient; Some seeds can take over a year before they finally find the proper conditions to germinate.