How to Grow Moringa in Cold Temperate Climates

How to Grow Moringa in Cold Temperate Climates

How to Grow Moringa in Cold Temperate Climates

John from shares with you How he’s rising the tropical heat-loving moringa oleifera in a chilly, temperate local weather in the winter time.

In this episode, you’ll be taught how one can maintain your Moringa bushes alive through the chilly winter so you’ll be able to proceed to develop nutrient-packed leafy greens you can harvest and revel in.

First, you’ll find out about a Moringa Tree in John’s backyard that didn’t stay, John will share his opinions on why this tree didn’t make it.

Next, you’ll find out about a 2-year-old Moringa Tree and the way it’s doing in John’s backyard regardless of having mid-30-degree climate. You may also find out about John’s observations in regards to the temperature vary that moringa likes to stay and its chilly tolerance and when you must begin to shield it.

You will uncover John’s best-growing Moringa tree that’s planted in the bottom and discover out why it’s doing so properly.

Next, you’ll be taught how one can develop Moringa in containers, inside a greenhouse and probably maintain them alive through the winter.

Finally, John will share his remaining moringa rising suggestions with you in case you are planting them in the bottom.

After watching this episode, you be taught extra about rising moringa and its chilly tolerance. You will be taught some strategies you should use to maintain your Moringa bushes alive all 12 months lengthy so you’ll be able to proceed to take pleasure in its extremely nutritious leafy inexperienced leaves.

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29 thoughts on “How to Grow Moringa in Cold Temperate Climates”

  1. Hi, There is an old saying in Tamil language that "Murungaya vechavan verum kaiyya povan" ( The one plants moringa tree will go empty handed) and it actually means that, The one who plants the moringa tree in their house and then consumes the leaves cooked, Drumstick cooked, will never needs a walking stick. He / she can walk freely with no support in his/ her later ages. And it is. The power of moringa Tree.

  2. Don’t plants need it to be night time at night? Like don’t they need a break from the lights? It seems like they were just because that’s what happens in nature but having the Christmas lights on all night they wouldn’t get a break I don’t know if that matters though

  3. ey John I hope you don’t mind me sharing this year I don’t think he will, but I learned so much from you this past year I thought you might want to see this video because it’s super informative and helpful about moringa… this lady is like an expert on moringa.

    You’re the best gardener channel but she’s real good at this specific plant✌?

  4. Before winter my potted moringa flowered for 1st time. No leaves now. Going to get below 32 this week. Grew above top roof.i hate to cut it back, but i guess its best i do.then put in garage. Im not wanting to go the half mile and cage it like i did moms banana.fingers crossed on both. Take care. Love your garden.

  5. Hei mister
    perkenalkan saya harum murti from indonesia, jika mister membutuhkan moringa saya ada banyak moringa, setiap minggu saya ready 10ton moringa kering siap di giling, thanks mister

  6. If you have a clothes dryer or any small heater and a fan, you can use any closed gutter pipe ( downpour) or pvc (@5-6 inches wide) and just send the warmth directly to your Moringa tree on freezing nights. Get creative, build a temp wall around the stalk and blow the heat into there.

  7. I planted my first moringa seed yesterday. I put it in a five gallon bucket with loose potting mix and some alow release balanced fertilizer. I just wanna get it good and developed before putting it in the ground. I'm gonna bring it in during winter and put it under grow lights. I'm gonna baby it like a child. Come spring I'm gonna plant about 50 trees around my property. I have a bunch of compost cooking just for these bad boys. I'm gonna get the wholes for them ready over the winter so they have a nice home. Gonna put a bunch of wood chips in the holes with manure to get as much fungus because I've read trees grow better in fungally dominant soil. Any suggestions on improvements for growing my moringa?

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