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Oh yes an 'Oleander!!!' Try as I might I could not remember the name. If it's the sun they love then that's why my neighbours has been so fab this year what with our lovely hot summer



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14 Sep, 2018


Hi, this has had a name change, it's now called Nerium oleander, most nerium are frost tender, but may survive a temperature of 32f for short periods, Nerium oleander 'little red' is hardy to 10f, they should be grown in a fertile, moist but well drained soil, in full sun, they're pruning group 9, although they will withstand a severe pruning if necessary, if it's any other cultivar then they should be overwintered in a greenhouse kept at about 45f, Derek.

14 Sep, 2018

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