Tips on Growing Moringa In Cold Climates

Tips on Growing Moringa In Cold Climates

Tips on Growing Moringa In Cold Climates

Tips On How to Grow Moringa in Cold Climates. It could be performed, however it does take some effort.
I’m rising a Moringa Dwarf tree often known as the Miracle Tree or Tree of Life due to its quite a few well being advantages. Although, the Moringa is a tropical tree, rising Moringa from a seed in a chilly local weather could be achieved. This video will present ideas on learn how to develop Moringa in a chilly local weather.

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32 thoughts on “Tips on Growing Moringa In Cold Climates”

  1. I live in zone 5 Europe. Last year I have planted moringa from seeds in a few big pots. They grew nice over the summer. When the frost came they were 2-3 feet tall and I put them in my garage, in the dark just watering them once a month. I was not sure if they will survive. In the spring they looked dead, but I put them outside and they grew back. Not sure if they grew back from the previous roots, or from other seeds left in the soil. Today was the first time I harvested the leaves. Thank you for the pruning tip!

  2. Great video Mam.
    Im from Toronto ?? and successfully planted a Moringa Plant. Its now 1yr old and harvested twice this summer of 2021. It grew very tall and its now at least 7ft. I had to cut all the leaves so I can bring it inside the house. Its now getting cold in here with a low of 10c. Im trying to figure out how to cut it properly so I can propagate the cuttings to plant more Moringa. Any suggestions??

  3. Your marina trees are tiny. I have a tree seven months old and it’s over six feet tall. It would be taller but I cut it back 18 to 20 inches at a time. It branches out more and I get more leaves. I also sprout my own seeds. The best method I’ve found is to put the seeds in a container and place the seeds on top of a very damp paper towels. Put a lid on the container and place in a dark place for no less than two weeks. After they sprout and put out a stem, I plant them in damp soil. They take off. But I don’t drown them. I let the soil dry out before watering them. I found they prefer a southern exposure with morning light.

  4. Excellent video. Just brought my dwarf Moringas in from outside before it gets too cold in Zone 7. Think I overwatered them when I potted them up from the garden. In retrospect, I wish I had seen your video before I brought them in. Thanks for sharing your knowledge,

  5. I just got my moringa plant from a seed. I was told by the seller to water it every 3 days and put under the shade. It's summer in Australia right now. You think I should give it a bit of direct sunshine a few hours a day? The leaves are curling on top.

  6. Am from a tropical island where moringa is very popular and by experience I know how beneficial they are to maintain good health. Now am living in southern Canada zone 4b. I am planning to plan them in pots like you, have them out in summer and back indoor fir winter same like some of my herbs. Now for me to figure out where I can get the seeds ?. Thank you ? so much fir sharing your knowledge and experience, it is very helpful and encouraging ?Just subscribed to your channel ?

  7. That was a great video. Having watched it through I feel that it’s something I could tackle, although I’m not sure whether the South of England would be a viable site, I do have a light tho.
    I was wondering if you believe that you’ll reach a point when you can plant out your trees for good? Or, will they remain in pots?

  8. dude. I used to think of the moringa as a tree, so I would only sprout like 3 of them. Unrelated to that, they would just die each season (cold weather and neglect). Now, I have come to realize moringa can be grown like a crop, so I will sprout tons of them like a weed. And cut them back so they grow more like a weed than a tree. dude, does that make sense? I just ordered 1000 seeds. I had 30 already (which I sprouted, and 10 have sprouted, but I am going to grow 1000 seeds and just treat them like a weed and harvest and cut back. LOL. do you know what I mean? thx

  9. Nice information but I was expecting to learn more about how to grow moringa plant in ”cold“ climates, rather than just how to grow it in a general situation. I mean: would I need to protect it from the cold climate? If so, then how? Would I be able to grow it in a relatively larger greenhouse? Etc etc. I’m hoping to grow it in the U.K. next season, so would be thankful for your help and guidance. In most Asian countries it just grows by itself literally even if a moringa branch/ stick is thrown out on the ground; and I like it best when I take a short branch cutting from a healthy tree, and just plonk it into the ground to about 6-8” deep, where it immediately starts to give leaves, even without growing roots!

  10. Hello… I’m a new subscriber here! (Zone 7B, Virginia)
    Thank you for explaining about the moringa tree. I’m new to growing this tree (3 of them for now). You helped me understand it, more than others have tried to explain. Now, I can share this important information, on to the rest of the growing communities. I will also share THIS video, to my FB. ?
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    THANK YOU bunches!
    ~Becky~

  11. I grow moringa in northwestern Florida where our summers are HOT but we get freezing temperatures. In the winter, I merely more my potted trees into my carport and they do fine.

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