Ozoroa engleri is a large shrub native to South Africa, growing from 5 to 10 feet tall. This hardy and versatile shrub is popular for its white or off-white flowers. It is easy to care for, disliking only excessive water and shade.
Ozoroa loves full sun and excels in dry, well-drained soils. To grow Ozoroa, you can start from seed or from cuttings. For successful propagation, the cutting should be taken from the mature wood.
Once planted, Ozoroa can be grown in a variety of soil types, needing moderate water in the summer and remaining drought tolerant in the wintertime. If grown in a pot, you will need to water more often, but make sure not to overwater. However, in cold regions, it may require some extra protection in the winter; it is best grown in a pot so you can move it indoors if necessary.
Ozoroa engleri's ease of maintenance and attractive ornamental value make this large shrub a great addition to any garden. With its hardy nature and year-round appeal, it's no wonder why Ozoroa is a popular choice for many gardeners.