Moringa

(Moringa oleifera) Resilient and fast growing, moringa is truly a wondrous addition to the garden. This plant is prized for its very high protein leaves, its rich concentration of minerals and vitamins, and its antioxidant content. Drought resistant, heat loving and not picky about soil types, this deciduous shrub will flourish in most areas. Dwarf varieties are perfect for container gardens and can be brought indoors in areas with cold winters. For best germination, soak seeds before planting in very warm water for two to three days, rinsing often. Seeds germinate in 5-14 days. Sow in pots or outdoors in warm soil, ¾ to 1 inch deep. Moringa loves to be regularly pruned and will happily grow back after a hair cut. It is a very cold sensitive plant, so bring moringa indoors when the temperatures drop below the 50s.

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