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The Moringa Oleifera tree can reach great heights, left to itself, but that puts its harvest WAY out of reach.  Ideally, they should be kept to 6-12 feet, maximum, so you can easily prune the branches,


cut the flowers, and harvest the pods. You can plant the seeds in a row, and maintain the Moringa Oleifera plants as a low hedge, if all you want to do is eat the leaves. They will provide you with abundant greens, as the more you trim them - the faster they seem to grow, the more branches they put out, and the bushier they get. If you do not prune them, the leaves will be hard to reach.

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For those of you who have never heard of Moringa, at all --- we'll just give you a really quick education on it.  Moringa Oleifera is the most commonly known variety of Moringa, and it has been grown in many countries, worldwide for thousands of years. Moringa Oleifera, the variety with which most people are familiar, is a slender tree, loaded with long, delicate-looking branches, which are covered with small, oval-shaped dark green leaves. Those lovely leaves are just packed with healthy, and tasty, nutrients. It is basically a tropical tree, but with care, it can be grown just about anywhere. It does NOT like the cold, so in areas where the temperatures get into the 40's, it needs to be kept warm. When the temperatures average in the low 60's, they tend to lose their leaves, and look a bit sickly. When the temperatures rise, they thrive! Ours made it through several winters here in FL, when the temperatures got as low as 28 degrees F, but we kept them sprinkled with water several times a day, and ran Christmas-type lights up, around and between the rows of seedlings.

Moringa Oleifera seeds are round and brown with tan "frilled" edges, while the seeds of the Moringa Stenopetala are a light tan, with a shape reminiscent of almonds or pistachios. Click on the bottom box on the right side of the page, to see the differences. It is unusual to see how different the seeds are, for a tree that is still Moringa. The little thumbnail photos above enlarge when you click on them

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