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Kaner Nerium Oleander looks like olive Olea and due to this superficial resemblance, it is known as Oleander. It is an evergreen shrub and remains full of leaves for the whole of the year. It is mainly found in Nepal, Philippines, India and in the regions which are at a height of six thousand five hundred feet.
The common name of this plant is Kaner and it bears red colour flowers. It belongs to the family of Apocynaceae and the plant's scientific name is Nerium oleander. The flowers grow in clusters and are of funnel-shaped. Leaves are narrow and are deep green in colour. There are a variety of flowers and plants of this plant.
It is not so difficult to take care of these plants.
Watering must be done carefully as the plants grow well if the soil is left to dry out in between watering the plants.
The plants need well-drained soil as it grows well in such kind of soil.
Watering must be done in a way so that the soil becomes dry between two waterings.
However, when the plant is growing the soil needs to remain moist that is the plant needs one inch to two inches of water every week, so that watering must be done accordingly.
Watering must also be done more if and when the leaves turn yellow.
A moist well-drained soil is preferred by the plant while growing and soil rich in peat and sand help in healthier growth of this plant.
The plant prefers to grow both in partial shade and full sun and the average temperature needed for this plant is thirty degrees C to thirty-five degrees C.
The peak time of blooming for this plant is from April to September or in the season between spring and summer.
The flowers bloom well beneath full sunlight.
The plant grows to a height from four feet to eight feet.
Application of any kind of fertilizers can be effective but fertilization must be done regularly during the growing period.
These plants are mainly used for ornamental and medicinal purposes.
If eaten, these plants can turn out to be very toxic and these plants must be kept away from pets and children as it's harmful to them.
The smoke from burning these plants can also be very toxic.