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I'd like to grow oleanders that won't impact the wall or foundation of my building.

I noticed that dwarf oleanders could be a solution as it's known not to grow more than 3 feet tall. ( Click here to understand more about my building )

I guess root system will not be complicated like going deep or invasive.

I have available space of just 2 feet from the building wall. I'd like to develop a hedge along the 60 feet length of the building.

If not hedge at least some good looking plants along the boundary of my building.

Below are some of the Dwarf Oleander I found online but I couldn't get enough information about root system. As I have very less empty space I have to think thoroughly before I plant.

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Some help would be appreciated.

Please feel free to recommend me plants.

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  • Can you tell us what area of the world you live in?
    – MackM
    Jun 2, 2023 at 14:23
  • South asian subcontinent
    – Amogam
    Jun 2, 2023 at 20:03

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You may consider installing , tree root barriers to invasive roots from damaging your foundation or sewer lines etc..

It might be an expensive option but still good one.

Please find root barrier below

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likewise the root barriers are available in plastic , concrete materials as well.

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  • How deep should the root barrier be ?
    – Amogam
    May 26, 2023 at 21:21
  • I'd imagine it should be as deep as foundation
    – CuriousMan
    May 26, 2023 at 23:43

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