Oleander Dwarf

Nerium oleander

  • Brilliant flower display blooms heavily in spring and fall
  • Extremely hardy to desert and clay type soils
  • Medium sized tree great for a focal point in smaller areas
  • Blooms in a variety of colors including red, white and pink

Oleander Trees are a smart choice to plant in any warm climate because they thrive in hot environments with little natural nutrients. They’re also ideal because aside from never losing their leaves, they bloom brilliant large, puffy flowers that bring intense color to any landscape. These blooms propagate heavily in the spring and fall, but will bloom even longer during mild winters.


We grow Oleanders in a variety of different colors, call us today so we can share our expertise and help you select the best plants for your landscape.

LIL RED OLEANDER – ‘Little Red’ is a dwarf selection of oleander, which is a large evergreen shrub. Its flowers are deep red and bloom all summer long. This plant is tough and drought-tolerant.

DOUBLE YELLOW – This shrub has showy, bright yellow, fragrant flowers and is a repeat bloomer. Upright and has glossy, medium-textured, evergreen foliage. Matures at 8 to 10 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide.

DOUBLE PINK – Large clusters of large fragrant soft rosy pink double flowers, often with one or more petals streaked or flecked with white, are born over a long period on this reliable old favorite.

SINGLE HARDY – The large bright red flowers are borne in clusters at the ends of the upright to arching stems of this easy intermediate growing Oleander. Considered to be the standard by which all other Oleanders are compared for cold hardiness.

Oleander is toxic — do not ingest. Contact with skin may cause reaction. Avoid smoke when burning cuttings. Do not use in playgrounds or other areas frequented by young children and pets.