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Yellow oleander

Philip Valentine phival at nildram.co.uk
Tue Jul 22 16:29:11 EST 1997



PC <cacciola at pathcom.com> wrote in article
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> Does anybody know where I can find an oleander that produces yellow
> flowers?.
> 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'.

	Pepiniere Filippi
	RN113
	34140
	Meze 
	France

	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
Galveston
Texas 77552-0431

In either case the following two cultivars are particularly recommended in
the article.

'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.

Good luck.

Philip Valentine.



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