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Cave Creek, AZ

November 8, 2012
7:57 PM

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I am so happy, I just found out my air layering of an oleander worked. It's a double white, a good 4 feet and a thick main trunk with many side branches. Next year oleander look out I'll be trying to do it earlier. It took a long time to get roots but they are nice fat ones.,not like thin water roots.

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