Growing Moringa Oleifera (Miracle Tree)  In My Greenhouse

Growing Moringa Oleifera (Miracle Tree) In My Greenhouse

Growing Moringa Oleifera (Miracle Tree) In My Greenhouse

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Moringa Oleifera Growing In My Greenhouse, sure for the very first time I’m rising a miracle tree ..Look ahead to watching its progress and positive might be sharing it with all of you as time passes..

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20 thoughts on “Growing Moringa Oleifera (Miracle Tree) In My Greenhouse”

  1. one thing I have found is they do not like to be over wet.. water well let them dry out in between waterings.. I am not a expert at growing these.. my first ones didnt make it.. I am going to try again this spring.. out in my little greenhouse..;)

  2. These are my favourite plants!!! Yes they do not like "wet feet" If you have problems growing these drop me a message. They will stretch if you start the compost too moist. You can easily overwinter these as stumps or as house plants they can grow 5 foot in a few months and make a good summer vegetable just do not eat the roots or the bark

  3. I have been using Moringa for 2+ years for my health. It has helped me lose over 130# and I nor my family have been sick in 2 years. No more allergies either. The plant in its most nutrient dense form tastes TERRIBLE.. You have to get the trees to maturity before they will bear enough leaves and fruit/seeds to make them sustainable.You wont be able to eat it without becoming very sick and nauseous. Most cultures cook it down, but doing so removes most of the nutrient content.

  4. The moringa powder and capsules they sell online and in some stores are basically expensive grass clippings with very little nutrient value. I have a source that keeps the plant in product form nutrient dense and actually make it taste good enough to drink daily.
    You can text "Matt" to 513-535-5326 to learn about Moringa and all it is good for. My family will not go a day without it!
    BTW..I have around 70 moringa plants of my own.

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