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Question: rose instead of oleander
hi, I wanted to ask if you could plant a rose where previously there was an oleander. thanks.
Answer: pink instead of oleander
roses tend to deprive the land in which they are cultivated with some essential microelements for their development; for this reason it is always advisable not to plant a rose in the garden, in the flowerbed where a rose was already present, which has been moved or which has to be replaced for another reason. As for the oleander instead you can place it safely n'llaiola where there was a rose. Obviously prepare a large hole and enrich the soil with manure, working it thoroughly.