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Oleander

Scientifically classified as Nerium, this evergreen shrub is most commonly known as Oleander, deriving its name from its strong resemblance to the unrelated Olea plant. Despite its alluring appearance of heavily scented, colorful flowers, Oleander is one of the most poisonous of garden plants known to humans and animals. The entire plant, including the sap, is toxic, and if ingested, can cause an adverse and even lethal reaction. Surprisingly this is still one of our most common wholesale pants.

A large and versatile plant with deep green leaves, Oleander is usually cultivated as shrub borders or hedges in warm and dry subtropical regions, but can also be cultivated in greenhouses or conservatories in colder climates. Due to its highly poisonous effects, it is strongly urged to not be grown in areas where children and animal could access the plant. Some prominent physical characteristics of the Oleander include; long, narrow leaves in groups of three, five petal tubular-shaped flowers and tiny capsule sized reddish-brown seeded fruit. This evergreen can grow anywhere from six to twelve feet tall and wide, and some varieties can be trained to grow into small trees reaching heights up to twenty feet.  Over 400 variants of this showy flower have been cultivated, running the gamete of colors from creamy whites, pinks, lilacs, purples, to deep yellows and oranges.

A native to northern Africa, the Mediterranean and Southeast Asia, Oleander is most common in tropical and subtropical areas, preferring dry, warm climates. It can survive light frosts and withstand drought and salt spray and reacts best to full sun or partial shade. Care for the oleander is minimal and includes hard pruning to maintain its shape, moderate watering and light fertilization, if needed.

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    Calypso Pink Oleander

    Calypso Pink a large and versatile plant with deep green leaves and li...
  • $4.00

    Petite Pink Oleander

    What a beautiful plant! Native to the Mediterranean region, it is comp...
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    Red Oleander

    Care for the Red Oleander is minimal and includes hard pruning to main...
  • $18.00

    White Oleander

    This shrub is usually spotted in any city near the sea. It is a large ...
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