Nerium Pink double - oleander

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Such a toughie, with such a pretty face! Oleanders are ripper shrubs for really difficult garden situations - hot sun, dry soils, poor soils, seasonal rains, air pollution, humidity... you name it, they'll grow in it!

This more compact variety has double peach-pink flowers for an especially showy display.

Some people are afraid of them, believing them dangerous - they are perfectly safe if you don't eat them, don't burn the cuttings, and wash your hands after handling them. Good advice for almost any garden plant.

Nerium oleander dwarf double pink - oleander
APPEARANCE: Hardy evergreen fast-growing large shrub with a woody trunk, long slender leathery leaves, and abundant pink multi-petalled flowers. Toxic if eaten - not advised for gardens with pets or very small children, but otherwise safe.
ORIGIN : originates right across the Mediterranean and northern Africa, where it is found in oases, creek beds, wadis.
USE FOR: A mass display of flowering colour, informal hedging, high-pollution zones, waterwise gardens, exposed sites and windbreaks, large pots, poolside.
CLIMATE: May come through an overnight frost once established, especially in a sheltered spot and urban gardens. Can tolerate periods of drought and seasonal rains.
PLANTING: Plant in free draining soil in full sun.
CARE: Shade new plants from hot sun while they establish. Mulch and water well during the first 12 weeks until the plant is established.
CARE: Low maintenance. If required, prune after flowering or in autumn to promote new growth; wear gloves and compost the cuttings, don't burn them.
HEIGHT & WIDTH:  approx. 2-3m H x 2-3m W.
YOUR PLANTS : These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide.
You can see an example in the image gallery.
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