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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Suitable to climate , no pests
What are the cons? Low germination rate
i’’m looking forward to planting another set of seeds this month. Maybe by next year I can harvest leaves and observe. Flowers and pods.
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3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Excellent source of protein!
What are the cons? Nothing to dislike
We eat these leaves right off the tree, in salads and once had enough to make a small jar of powder. I really like just throwing a few sections of brach with leaves right into my smoothies. Every single seed germinated, all grown successfully. Have given away several of these in containers and a few folks have put them into the ground with great success. I do caution on overwatering, but even if you do, they seem to recover pretty quickly after. Everyone else reports great growth and I keep 3 going on my porch all the time and am germinating more seeds right now!
11 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Everything
What are the cons? Birds will eat them
I'm just a back yard gardener an definitely not even an armature, but I like to try growing or trying to grow new things. These germinated very well in my green house in February and put outside in March. I only have about 6 plants left after the animals ate most of them. Birds loved them even after they were 3 ft tall! I still have them in big pots till I can decide where to plant. Love them and can't wait till they are big enough to survive animal attacks!
18 out of 20 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great germination
What are the cons? None
I've been trying to grow Moringa seeds since January 2019. It's now June 2019. It was hit or miss. Some survived some didn't. But they grow very tall and leggy. I bought these "dwarf" variety seeds as an experiment to see if they really are dwarf and they are indeed! They grow quick, not leggy and I look forward to putting them in single pots soon.
19 out of 19 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Sprouted quickly, grows fast
I received my seeds last year, I planted my first moringa in June and it took only 1 week for it to sprout up. I was pinching it for new growth until the fall when I cut it back to about a foot tall stick. I did protect it from cold weather by moving it into my garage during cold nights during the winter. This spring it came back no problem, I have already cut it back again (cut new branches back about halfway) and I just planted it in the ground a few days ago, and have started several others in pots also. Great germination rate! We are really enjoying the moringa, I love that my youngest will eat the leaves right off of the tree while playing outside. I can't wait to have enough to dry & powder the leaves. Thanks!