Oleander var. 'Mrs. Roeding'
Location: Cherry Ave.
Native to: Africa
Tree type: flowering
Leaf retention: evergreen
Comments: Evergreen broadleaf native to Northern Africa and eastern Mediterranean Sea coast. A shrub to small tree with green lanceolate leaves, white, yellow, pink, red or magenta flowers. Flowers are usually single pedaled, but 'Mrs. Roeding' cultivar is a double pink. Oleander, a very drought tolerant and tough plant has been used in freway median planting. Also known as dogbane. This plant's leaves, stems and roots are highly poisonous.
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