Oleander is an evergreen shrub that blooms in pink, red, yellow or white. Native to Mediterranean region, oleander adds an interesting element to your landscaping with its shiny, deep green leaves. In most situations, oleander is grown from cuttings rather than seeds, but growing from seeds can be easily done as well. Like other parts of the oleander, the seeds are poisonous, so make sure your children or pets do not have access to them.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Peat moss
Plant your seeds in the early spring for most effective growing.
Fill your planter with an equal mix of sand and damp peat moss.
Place seeds on surface of mixture and then cover with a thin layer of sand and peat.
Water the seeds and continue watering while they propagate so the soil is always moist but not soggy. Put the container in a place where it can get full sunlight.
Pull out seedlings when they begin to sprout by pinching and pulling, making sure there is a space of at least a few inches between the seedlings.
Transplant the seedlings to your garden in the early summer.
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