Translation of oleander in Spanish:

oleander

adelfa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈoʊliˌændər//ˌəʊlɪˈandə/

noun

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    adelfa feminine
    laurel de jardín masculine Southern Cone
    • Between the ruins grew cypresses and oleanders, hibiscus, myrtle and wild roses.
    • Worse, it's a prodigious eater, feeding on a variety of plants including oleanders, alfalfa, and almond trees.
    • When he did end up in the right place, he could go and look from his windows to see orange trees, oleanders and a jacaranda across the lawns and below.
    • They include such diverse plants as the frangipanni, the Mandeville group, eg, Brazilian jasmine, oleanders, wintersweet and the Vinca family, including the periwinkle.
    • Many of his imports - including hibiscus, azalea, cassia, magnolia, oleander, croton and jasmine - permanently altered the Jamaican scene.
    • Within the park, visitors can meet some unique trees and plants such as, per example, oaks, cedars, oleanders, arbutus, and the Alpine lily lilium cholcedonium.
    • Two weeks after I planted Mexican oleanders, we had Christmas snow and a freeze.
    • She refused to be hurried, turning slowly to survey the rich green lawns, perfectly-trimmed hedges, tastefully-landscaped gardens rife with purple bougainvillea and pink oleanders.
    • Enormous oleanders with white flowers lined the generous-sized backyard, providing unexpected privacy to such a large plot of open ground.
    • Palms, ancient olives, oleanders, plus white walls and a bunch of tall palm trees lend this 15 th-century masseria a Moorish air.
    • Its white walls were lined with pink oleanders.
    • It may be quite tempting to turn your back on mankind behind hedges of bougainvillea, oleander, or myrtle.
    • The ingestion of azalea, oleander, castor bean, sago palm, Easter lily (in cats, only) or yew plant material by an animal can be fatal.
    • It was made up of white oleanders and pink roses lined with small chrysanthemums tied together with a single satin ribbon.
    • I like a lot of white, and I have a couple of small white oleanders and a white butterfly bush.
    • Yellow butterflies flit from golden lantana bushes to the pink and white oleander blooms.
    • The gardens emphasize native plants, perennials and trees, with accents provided by soft hues of roses, oleander, rhododendrons, agapanthus and more.
    • I moved 3-year-old oleanders to a full-sun location from a too-shady spot.
    • The oleanders have grown tall and spindly, and they have few blooms.
    • This leads directly to the garden room with its thriving oleander, banana plant and mature vine.
    • Drought-tolerant once established, oleanders tolerate the alkaline, sandy soils in Galveston, as well as the heavier soils here.