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Oleander, a widespread Mediterranean plant
Of Mediterranean origin, oleander (Nerium oleander) is widespread in open ground, even on very poor soil in the form of hedges, beds or coppices in regions of southern France with a sunny, hot and dry climate. All its parts - stems, flowers, fruits and especially its leaves - are toxic to many animal species (herbivores, dogs, rodents, birds) and even humans. They contain oleandrine, a potentially lethal cardiotoxic glycoside with digitalis action.
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