Answer: It does sound a little perplexing, doesn't it. Oleander blooms on new shoots so you might try reducing the length of each of the branches (cut back to just above a leaf). Two new, hopefully flowering!, shoots will develop just below the pruning cut. I'd also recommend withholding fertilizer. Too much nitrogen can result in lots of green growth at the expense of flowering.
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