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o·le·an·der

(ō'lē-an'dĕr),
The bark and leaves of Nerium oleander (family Apocynaceae), a shrub of the eastern Mediterranean; formerly used as a diuretic and heart tonic.
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oleander

(ō″lē-ăn′dĕr)
A poisonous ornamental evergreen shrub, Nerium oleander.
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“We are proud of Denise's achievement and commitment to the industry,” said RoseBay Broker-Owner Mike Rosario.
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All of the products in the line contain natural plant extracts, such as Pashanbheda Root Extract, Cupuassu Seed Butter and Rosebay Willow-Herb Extract to moisturize skin.
Plants such as everlasting sweet-pea, rosebay willowherb and Oxford ragwort spread on railway lines.
crecca), arctic hare (Lepus arcticus), northern collared lemming (Dicrostonyxgroenlandicus), grizzly bear hair, moss (Lycopodium spp.), willow (Salix spp.), Lapland rosebay (Rhododendron lapponicum), and Diptera larvae, as well as unidentifiable wasps or other insects, unidentifiable grasses, garbage, dirt, rocks, and sand.
And how many mineral books spend several lyrical pages in celebration of landscapes decked in mint, burdock, rosebay, cloudberry and reindeer moss?
Species-area relationships of insects on host plants: herbivores on rosebay willowherb.
When we first started gardening at Craigieburn, the rosebay willowherb reigned supreme.
Riparian vegetation is dominated by rosebay rhododendron (Rhododendron maximum), dogwood (Cornus florida), mountain laurel (Kalmia latifolia) and witchhazel (Hammamelis virginiana).
At a party, I thought it a drug party but it was a garden party, rosebay rhododendron flirted with luxuriant alien manly bamboo, I sat in a lawn chair, a pony called Zelda nibbled lady fingers, a possum drank the punch.
Dominant shrubs are speckled adler (Alnus rugosa), mountain laurel (Kalmia latifolia), and rosebay rhododendron (Rhododendron maximum), with a non-vegetated or moss dominated ground cover in coniferous areas, or very dense herbaceous cover of grasses and sedges in open wetlands (9).
Doreen Stoneham from the Oxford Research Laboratory for Archaeology visited the area in 1990 and found deserted gardens flourishing, with fruit trees laden with apricots, cherries, apples and greengages, and an abundance of flowers including rosebay, willow herb.