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Nerium oleander, Oleander

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 Nerium oleander
Family: Apocynaceae
Oleander
Origin: Mediterranean area
large shrub 5-10 ftsmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunregular watermoderate waterpink flowerswhite/off-white flowersred/crimson/vinous flowerspoisonous or toxicsubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

This is a tall, erect shrub with stiff, lance-shaped leaves and frequent clusters of white, pink, purple, or red flowers that may be single or double. It will grow in subtropical conditions and is often seen in gardens of the American South. It is notably resistant to salty sea winds and prolonged drought and it generally prefers dry conditions, which is one reason it is used less often in wet regions like Singapore and Malaysia. Like most members of the Apocynaceae family, all flowers of the plant are poisonous; the smoke from burning clippings will produce a reaction in some people. Oleanders need full sun for good flowering and pruning to prevent them from becoming leggy. In areas of frequent rainfall they must be planted in very well-drained soil. They are propagated by cuttings or by air-layering.


 Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander Variegata
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Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander 'Mrs. Roeding'
Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander 'Mrs. Roeding'
Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander Variegata
Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander Variegata
Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander Variegata
Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander Variegata
Nerium oleander, Oleander

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Nerium oleander Variegata
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This is a tall, erect shrub with stiff, lance-shaped leaves and frequent clusters flowers.
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Nerium oleander (crimson) - wholesale seeds

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This is a tall, erect shrub with stiff, lance-shaped leaves and frequent clusters flowers.
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Nerium oleander Emile Sahut

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Emile Sahut. This compact oleander blooms deep red flowers with contrasting white stamens. It is relatively cold hardy, and flowers in the summer months. Typically reaching between 5-8 feet, this Oleander is ideal for container culture and hedging.
Oleanders are evergreen shrubs that are good for areas of mild climates, and can be grown successfully in the southern coastal areas of the US. They are adaptable to a variety of soil types, but prefer well draining mineral soil, and are both Salt and drought Tolerant.
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Nerium oleander Luteum Plenum

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Luteum Plenum produces clusters of creamy yellow double-flowers, with a long blooming season. An Excellent container plant, or trainable shrub that is cold hardy and has been known to survive in zone 8.
Oleanders are evergreen shrubs that are good for areas of mild climates, and can be grown successfully in the southern coastal areas of the US. They are adaptable to a variety of soil types, but prefer well draining mineral soil, and are both Salt and drought Tolerant.
This item is not certified for shipping to California.
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Most of our plants are certified for shipping to California, however, certain plants are not certified. Please do not order not-certified plants to California addresses. These plants may be added to CA certification in the future; please contact us for more information.



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Nerium oleander mix - white/pink/red/salmon - seeds

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This is a tall, erect shrub with stiff, lance-shaped leaves and frequent clusters of white to pink flowers.
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