Good luck, Nick and glad I could help. The orange birds bloom best if they are really crowded in their pots so don't be separating them or potting up too often. Get them outside for as much sun as you can give them, bring them in when the nights fall into the 40's and put them in your sunniest spot indoors for the cold weather. If it were me, I'd take all your orange bird plants and stuff them in one pot. You'll get flowers a lot sooner if you crowd them to begin with.
White birds really REALLY don't make good potted plants unless you have a huge greenhouse, shopping mall or a 3-story conservatory. They make huge, thick heavy stems, and quickly grow to great heights making them very prone to tipping over if they're grown in a pot. They're very heavy feeders and like a lot of water. Here, every year I have to cut out a 15ft. stem from two or 3 big clumps of the things just to keep them from tangling their leaves in the power lines. At our local botanical garden they have one next to a koi pond that is at least 30ft. tall.
7ft. leaf with 5ft. stem