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Nerium Oleander.   

Nerium Oleander is a fast growing and very tropical looking shrub or tree which gives any garden a Mediterranean feel. Gorgeous flowers of pink, red, white, yellow and sometimes orange colours appear in clusters at the ends of branches all Summer and into October. These contrast beautifully against both the long dark green-grey mature leaves and the light green very glossy young leaves.

This attractive shrub/tree are great for growing in a sunny border or in city gardens as well as making great container plants for patios, conservatories and greenhouses. Amazingly tough is some respects as they tolerate drought, heat, salty soil as well as salt spray and excessive pruning but they are frost tender and will need to be kept above freezing, so will need to be brought into a frost free position as the temperature drops.  


These plants are exceptional quality from specialist growers. Photos 1-14 show the actual plants in stock now. Please Note: Heights stated include pot sizes

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  • Latin Name: Nerium Oleander.

    Common Name: Oleander. Nerium. East Indian Oleander. Sweet Scented Oleander. Rose Bay.

    Origin: North Africa. The Mediterranean. Southern Asia.

    Hardiness: Frost tender. Can be grown outside in Spring, Summer and Autumn. Will need to be brought into a frost free position in Winter

    Growth Characteristics: Fast growing evergreen shrub/tree. Clusters of fragrant flowers of red, pink, white, yellow and orange are produced successively through summer. Can be single or double flowers. Long dark green grey leaves. Easy to grow. Tolerant of drought, heat, salty soil and salt spray. All parts of the plant is poisonous if eaten although it's bitter taste makes it unpalatable. The sap may irritate the skin if contact is prolonged.    

    Sunlight: Full sun/partial sun.

    Exposure: Sheltered. 

    Soil: Well drained soil.

    Moisture: Water regularly through summer, keep on the dry side in winter. Allow surface to dry between waterings.

    Feeding: Feed a balanced liquid feed fortnighly until the start of June and then a high potassium feed until the flower buds show.

    Pruning: Flowers appear on new wood, so prune just above the leaf nodes inSeptember-October.

  • Available For Delivery Now.


    All plants have been imported with phytosanitary certificates from top quality growers.

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