Leida R
Leida R
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  • Tampa, FL

Moringa Oleifera trees


These are my 4 little Moringa Oleifera trees I started from seeds about 2 weeks ago.
Does any one have any suggestions?
Let's see how successful I will be with them.
Moringa Oleifera trees
Moringa Oleifera trees

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4 comments
  • Sunush
    on Sep 29, 2013

    They take the heat very well and very rapidly and yield twice a year.

    • Leida R
      on Nov 23, 2014

      @Sunush, it has been a while since you replied to my post, but I still will like to THANK you for your input. :)

  • Douglas Hunt
    on Sep 29, 2013

    A friend is growing a small forest of these. From what I recall his saying, they will take sun or shade and have minimal water requirements. They do have a strong taproot, so choose where you want them with care and don't try to move them once they're established. (Also, they'll handle a mild freeze, but if temperatures dip this winter you'll want to protect those young plants.)

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