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Cereoid CEREOID at prodigy.net
Fri Feb 9 07:03:15 EST 2001

You're jumping the gun, Tex.

Nerium oleander goes dormant in the winter and most cultivars can handle
periods of freezing temperatures. Wait until spring to see if there is new

BTW, Nerium oleander is an extremely toxic plant.

"Clay" <clays at austin.rr.com> wrote in message
news:KC1f6.10342$4j2.1783634 at typhoon.austin.rr.com...
> I live in Austin, Texas and planted two Oleanders in my yard this summer.
> think I watered them plenty, but they look like they're now dead.  They
> black/brown and a little wilted, but they still stand fairly upright.  I
> think the coldest it got this winter was 25 degrees.  Are they dead and I
> need to replant, or is this normal.  Thanks for your advice!

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