Growing Oleander From Cuttings – How To Propagate Oleander Cuttings

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer While oleander can grow into a very large, dense plant with time, creating a long oleander hedge can become expensive. Or perhaps a friend of yours has a beautiful oleander plant that you can’t seem to find anywhere else. If you have found yourself, for any reason, wondering “Can I grow oleander from cuttings,” continue reading to find out how to propagate oleander cuttings. Oleander Plant Cuttings Before doing anything with oleander, it is very important to know that it is a poisonous plant. Be sure to wear rubber gloves, long sleeves and safety glasses when handling oleander. Keep all oleander plant cuttings out of reach from children and pets. Despite its toxicity, oleander is a much beloved and commonly grown plant in zones 8-11. The best way to quickly propagate it is from cuttings. There are two options for growing oleander from cuttings. You


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