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I have a garden in Southern Switzerland with three mature oleanders already planted. I want to infill with new plants to make a hedge. Can I plant now or should I wait until spring?

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Answered on September 22, 2016

Fall is a good time to plant as well as spring. Make sure you water adequately to ensure the roots become established before winter.
Mulching the new plantings will help with moisture retention. 2 to 3 inches of hardwood mulch.

Here is a link with growing information.


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