IN THE GARDEN | MORINGA | A photo story

How I Plant, Cultivate, Grow Moringa

Moringa is a fast growing and a rewarding plant to cultivate. From seed to plate, the germination period, seedling growth and benefits once eaten are all enjoyable. 

I simply soak seeds overnight (although not necessary) to aid in germination. Seedlings appear within a week or two and are ready for transplanting either in a huge pot (if space is limited) or directly in the land. To enjoy trim from tree and eat the leaves as is, sauteed or directly in a salad. The young moringa pods can also be sauteed and or steams and added to your diet. Some also consume the seeds as a nut for added benefit. Around the world the entire tree is used.