Why is my Bird of Paradise leaning?
What does an unhealthy Bird of Paradise look like?
Bird of Paradise love lots of bright indirect light, and some direct light too. Some symptoms of the plant suffering from lack of light are extreme leaf splitting, drooping leaves, new leaves that won’t open, and leaf browning.
Why is my plant leaning to the side?
The most common reasons why plants lean or go lopsided is due to uneven access to light. According to Richard Cheshire and Richard Hull, plant doctors at Patch, there are two main reasons why plants might go wonky or lopsided – because they’re leaning towards the light, or because they’re too heavy or have loose roots.