Is an oleander poisonous?

Answer Oleander is poisous to humans, but not to the touch. You have to eat it or make a tea with it in order to be harmed. The most recent sad story I know was a family on a driving trip pulled over and ... Read More »

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What Causes Oleander Leaves to Die?

Oleanders (Nerium oleander) are evergreen shrubs reaching heights of 12 feet. Gardeners prize these ornamental plants for their colorful summer blooms. Unfortunately, oleanders can become infested ... Read More »

Oleander Tree Size?

Oleander, botanical name Nerium oleander, is a broadleaf evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean region and western China. It is winter-hardy in USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 10, but homeowners oft... Read More »

My Oleander Is Dropping Leaves?

Oleander shrubs put out bright pink or white flowers and narrow, dark green leaves during the growing season. If an oleander starts losing its leaves prematurely, it likely is the result of a healt... Read More »

How long will an oleander live?

We live in San Diego and have had our Oleander Bushes now for about 35 years. They don't require much care at all and they look good most of the year. Ours have gotten gnarly in the trunks - we sho... Read More »