PC <cacciola at pathcom.com> wrote in article
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> Does anybody know where I can find an oleander that produces yellow
> Please reply to cacciola at pathcom.com>> Thank you.
>If you are in Europe it may be wort contacting a French nursery which is
profiled in this month's edition of the Royal Horticultural Society's
magazine 'The Garden'.
Email - ofilippi at infonie.fr
Tel. - +33 67 43 88 69
They specialise in Mediterranean plants and in particular oleanders.
If you are in North America, if you get really stuck, a last resort might
be to contact the International Oleander Society to ask if they can
recommend any suppliers.
PO Box 3432
In either case the following two cultivars are particularly recommended in
'Angiolo Pucci' is describes as free-flowering, compact, good for pots,
single light yellow flowers with an orange throat.
'Luteum Plenum' - double yellow, fragrant.
Another which is illustrated but not mentioned in the text is 'Isle of
Capri', with star-shaped flowers which look to be somewhere between the
other two in colour.