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Pink Oleander Seeds

Pink Oleander Seeds

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"Pink Oleander" is an evergreen perennial shrub that can grow to heights of 2 6 meters. Its leaves are lanceolate and dark green. The flowers are large, showy and pink, although they can also be white or red in other varieties.


The main use is as an ornamental plant in gardens and parks, thanks to its showy flowers and attractive foliage.


It adapts well to warm, sunny climates. It is drought resistant and tolerates high temperatures. However, it can also tolerate colder climates if given adequate protection during the winter.


It can be planted both in pots and directly in the ground , depending on the grower's preferences and the available space at a depth of approximately 1 centimeter. Keep the soil moist during the germination process.


It is advisable to soak the seed in water for eight hours before sowing to improve germination.

Oleander seeds generally take 1 to 3 weeks to germinate , but keep in mind that this period may vary depending on environmental conditions and seed quality. It is important to provide seeds with a suitable environment for germination, including adequate temperature, humidity and light.

Here are some factors that can influence the germination time of Pink Oleander seeds:

  1. Temperature: Germination is favored by warm temperatures. A temperature range between 20°C and 25°C is usually optimal. Lower temperatures can slow down the germination process.

  2. Humidity: Seeds need a humid environment to germinate properly. Keep the substrate slightly moist, but avoid excess water, as waterlogging can damage the seeds.

  3. Light: Pink Oleander is a plant that can germinate in both light and dark conditions. However, some studies suggest that light exposure may encourage faster and more uniform germination.

Remember that Pink Oleander seeds can have variable germination rates, and some seeds may take longer to germinate than others. Also, keep in mind that the growth of the plant itself may take longer once the seeds have germinated.


If you wish to transplant the "Pink Oleander", it should be done carefully and preferably in spring or autumn, avoiding extremely hot or cold periods. Be sure to handle the roots carefully to minimize stress to the plant.


Prefers well-drained soil rich in nutrients. It needs full sun exposure for healthy growth and abundant flowering.


It requires regular watering during dry periods and benefits from a layer of mulch around the base to conserve moisture.

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