Oleander is in trouble


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Hi, I'd need some help with my oleander. It was ok during most of this winter inside the apartment. I moved it out again a few weeks ago after moving it to a larger pot. Now its leaves "burned", and it looks like there might be some tiny dots/net growing behind them. Attached is a picture.

I obviously didn't know how to prune it, so it grew some long and bold branches. I don't mind that too much as long is it survives.

Any advice on what to do?

Thanks!
 

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Hi, I'd need some help with my oleander. It was ok during most of this winter inside the apartment. I moved it out again a few weeks ago after moving it to a larger pot. Now its leaves "burned", and it looks like there might be some tiny dots/net growing behind them. Attached is a picture.

I obviously didn't know how to prune it, so it grew some long and bold branches. I don't mind that too much as long is it survives.

Any advice on what to do?

Thanks!
In the second picture it shows that your plant is severely infested with spider mites
 

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