Ole, Ole, Oleanders…

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Saturday 31 May, 2014 by Uncle Spike

It’s Oleander time…. no more words necessary from me!

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15 thoughts on “Ole, Ole, Oleanders…

  1. […] finally, the local addition of colour found on most roadsides across the mountains, wild oleander. We have a number of them in the gardens – they love the heat, so no need to worry about […]

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  2. mara lee says:

    Love! Have a Very Happy and Healthy New Year!

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  3. joannesisco says:

    It is there not to love!! Beautiful 🙂

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  4. goannasnake says:

    I love oleanders. Thank you. We used to have them lining our drive until one of the droughts No more sadly.

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  5. Lovely colors. I have a weakness for the white ones which have a cooling effect when summer is a scorcher.
    We have planted lots of them at the top of our road to make a natural fence. I heard from neighbors about their toxicity but none of us, including pets, got any problem. Deer must be smart enough to avoid them since they keep visiting us.

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