Plant care and instruction
The yellow oleander is a slim plant but can reach 7′ feet tall. Other than the shorter height and thinner leaves, the plant reassemble true oleander.
The thin green stems don’t stick out very far, resulting in a slender plant.
The leaves typically reach 4″ – 5″ inches and are no more than a 1/4″ inch wide.
The topsides are leathery and dark green while the undersides are pale green.
1.Light -full sun or partial shade.
2.Place- pot near sunlight window
3.Water – regular watering.
4.Fertilizer -no need
5.Repotting- every two or three years, using the same soil recommendations
6.Temperature – indoor – regular room temperature /outdoor -full sun or partial shade
Yellow oleander (Cascabela thevetia) is a poisonous plant that is widely found in India. All parts of the C. thevetia plant are toxic to humans as they contain cardiac glycosides.