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CLIMBING OLEANDA – Strophanthus gratis 125mm Rare

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STROPHANTHUS GRATIS

CLIMBING OLEANDER or ROSE ALLAMANDA

Strophanthus gratus is a member of the Apocynaceae family and is native to western and central Africa.

The flowers are white with a pink blush and 50 mm across and have a pink corona with a fragrance that is delightful.

I have seen this plant as a shrub 3 metres x 3 metres covered in flowers or it will climb with some support. The foliage is strong and deep green.

The flowers start to appear mid-spring and into mid-summer. For best growth and flowers it needs to be in full sun or part shade in well drained moisture retentive soil.

It is hardy down to – 2 degrees C. Most parts of the plant are toxic however some parts are used in medicine for heart and blood pressure medication.

YOU WILL LOVE THIS BEAUTIFUL PLANT!

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STROPHANTHUS GRATIS

CLIMBING OLEANDER or ROSE ALLAMANDA

Strophanthus gratus is a member of the Apocynaceae family and is native to western and central Africa.

The flowers are white with a pink blush and 50 mm across and have a pink corona with a fragrance that is delightful.

I have seen this plant as a shrub 3 metres x 3 metres covered in flowers or it will climb with some support. The foliage is strong and deep green.

The flowers start to appear mid-spring and into mid-summer. For best growth and flowers it needs to be in full sun or part shade in well drained moisture retentive soil.

It is hardy down to – 2 degrees C. Most parts of the plant are toxic however some parts are used in medicine for heart and blood pressure medication.

YOU WILL LOVE THIS BEAUTIFUL PLANT!

Additional information

Weight 2.2 kg
Dimensions 45 × 15 × 15 mm

1 review for CLIMBING OLEANDA – Strophanthus gratis 125mm Rare

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