Starts From Oleanders - Knowledgebase Question

Bullhead, AZ
Question by miklaura
December 2, 1999
I would like to know if it is possible to make starts off of an Oleander bush?

Answer from NGA
December 2, 1999


Yes, it is, but note that all parts of oleander are poisonous. Be careful not to inhale any particles or get juice in open cuts, etc. You can root 3-inch cuttings in water or in soil. When they've rooted well and have put on some growth, transplant them to a nursery bed for a year, and the following year, to their permanent location. It takes about two years to get a plant to flower.

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