Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Nerium oleander

Nerium oleander Oleander


Flowers from May to September. It grows in the wild along water courses, and in the middle of motorways. It can tolerate drought or flood and is a very versatile plant. Unfortunately it is very toxic in it's leaves, flowers etc. It is not certain where it originated from, as it is so widely cultivated, but it is thought it came from SW Asia.

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