What makes oleander a drought-resistant plant?



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    Oleander is a drought-resistant plant because it’s native territory is northern Africa (much of which is desert), southeast Asia, and the eastern Mediterranean. Oleander thrives in warm, dry weather, and will flourish and potentially overpopulate an area when they get water in a drought. Be careful about having this plant in your garden: it’s an incredibly durable shrub that happens to be toxic.

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