Rose bay - Nerium oleander.

Nerium oleander or Rose bay is an shrub of quick growing, very resistant. It flowers between spring and summer. It's usually used to create hedges or in groups to make medium-size masses.
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Oleander, commonly known as Nerium Oleander, is an evergreen shrub that has captivated gardeners and nature enthusiasts for centuries. Its history dates back to ancient times when it was highly valued for its beautiful flowers and resilience. Over the years, it has been cherished in gardens worldwide for its ornamental appearance and adaptability.

Description: Oleander is a versatile and hardy shrub belonging to the Apocynaceae family. It stands out with its evergreen foliage and its ability to withstand both drought and strong winds. This plant requires minimal care, making it a popular choice for gardens of all types. Oleander is commonly used to create medium-sized hedges and can also grow as a standalone specimen or in tree form.

It's important to note that all parts of the Oleander are toxic if ingested and can cause skin irritation, so handling with care is advised, and planting near homes is not recommended.

How to Care - Watering and Fertilizing: Oleander doesn't demand extremely rich soil but does require good drainage to thrive. It's recommended to add a layer of organic matter or a good substrate each year to promote its health and growth. As for watering, this plant can withstand drought, so constant watering is not necessary. Water when the soil is dry to a depth of approximately 5 cm.

Pruning can be done in late winter, even a heavy pruning to maintain its shape and give it more vigor. However, avoid pruning later in the season as it may reduce flowering the following year. To maintain healthy growth, you can also use specific fertilizers for flowering plants.

Adaptation to Cold and Heat: Oleander exhibits remarkable resistance to both cold and heat. It can tolerate low temperatures but should be protected from extreme frost. In warmer climates, it thrives and blooms spectacularly, providing a beautiful display of color during the growing season.

Although Oleander is a hardy plant, it's important to watch out for potential pests like aphids, spider mites, or cottony cushion scale, as well as diseases. If problems are detected, there are specific products to address each situation and keep your plant healthy and strong.

For more information on growing and caring for Oleander, please refer to our sources, including the Royal Horticultural Society and Wikipedia.


Data sheet

Adelfa o Nerium oleander
Europe and average east
Up to 6 meters
Pink, red, and white
Moderate, resists drought
To make shrubs, for gardens and pots
Resists up to -5 º C
Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.

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