Oleandrea of the most toxic, and yet very popular, often cultivated garden plant. Wide fruiting and height 2-6 m. Oleander adorns the parks, gardens and leases, as it thrives in the pots. It flashes in white, pink, red or sutured worlds from June to October, and the lemons should be protected from frost. It loves well-drained soil, although it is very resistant and it dries out in places exposed to direct sun or moisture. It grows fast, annually about half a meter. Its root is ragranate, so it should be planted with walnuts or crates. Fly it water every day and in winter for 10 days.
The flowers emit a scent in the evening hours with which the mother insects.
Oleanders it is planted in spring or autmn and is often planted by the road.
It is pruned after flowering in order to preserve a harmful shrub form.
It must wear protective gloves as the plant releases poisonous juice.