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Moringa oleifera

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Flowers budding. First season grown from seed.

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Freshly Powdered Moringa. Enough to last me the entire winter!

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A baby moringa I sprouted from a cutting. Wasn't expecting to see success with such a thing (and green) cutting!

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Moringa trees planted by seed May 2019

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Moringa trees after harvest

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honestgreensco

Are you in california by chance? I have some moringas and was wondering when it is beat to take cuttings for new trees. Mine are still young but curious

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dmcsvoiced

I'm in Oceanside, CA. I watch my trees and when the top branches got too tall for me to reach, I harvested the entire tree. I left the stalks about 4' tall. Growth has definitely slowed since the days are shorter and days of high heat are now far and few between. If you are in so cal, we still have more growing time, but harvest all the leaves before the temps drop to the 40's overnight.

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honestgreensco

@dmcsvoiced oh thats not too far! I use to drive out there alot when my bros were stationed at camp pendleton lol. I will keep your advice in mind. Mine have just started to reach 6 feet from being little 6 inch cuttings lol. Fast growers. So would it be ok to take cuttings around this time next year once they grow more, and then harvest the leaves? Or leave them with a small branch?

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