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This is just starting to bloom. I have only had this particular cultivar a few months and already it's loaded with buds. It is usually sunny and dry at this time of year but we have had continuous overcast and rainy weather for weeks now which is unusual for here in early spring. The Oleander blooms are not at their best in these conditions.The plant itself has smaller narrow foliage and is only low growing much in the same way of *Mrs Roeding*