How to Know which Variety to Grow
That is important to know...

The answer will be determined largely by where you live, and
what you would like to have from your Moringa trees.




"Hi! I'm Morey, the Moringa Oleifera Seed!
Wait until you read all about the plant I become!"
If you want to have
your own seeds
to plant, then my
tree, the Moringa
Oleifera, is the one
you should grow.

While you will get
larger leaves from
"Stan's" tree, you
will have to wait
a few years to get
the seed pods, like
these...







In Florida, where
we are, the pods come to maturity
fast - sometimes
within 8 months
after planting our
seeds!




"Hi! I'm Stan, the
Moringa Stenopetala Seed! I am also
called the African Moringa seed!"
The seeds that grow
into MY trees, the
Moringa Stenopetala,
are very different
from the seeds that
grow into "Morey's"
tree, the Moringa Oleifera. See?





Mine are on the right,
and the Moringa
Oleifera seeds are
on the left. Our leaves are quite different, too. Mine are larger, but I am slower to
"grow up"!
I Love Moringa
the fast-growing, nutritious, delicious gift from God
This page was last updated: August 11, 2015
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At the present, we grow two types of Moringa trees.

There are other varieties of Moringa you can grow, but right now, we are concentrating on the most common one - Moringa Oleifera, and the African Moringa - Moringa Stenopetala.

The Moringa Oleifera will develop pods in warm, tropical climates  within about 8 months. The Moringa Stenopetala will give you lots and lots of larger leaves to eat, but it will be a few years before
you can have Moringa Stenopetala seeds, from your own trees.

Of the two, Moringa Oleifera seems to handle the cold weather better; at least, for us, it does. The leaves will fall off when the temperatures drop, and the trees appear to be dead, but when
the weather warms up a bit, they come right back!

The Moringa Stenopetala trees do not seem to recover as well, from cold weather. Ours took a long time to come back, as in a
few months longer than the Moringa Oleiferas did, but most of them are thriving again.

If you are not able to grow Moringa, due to the climate in your
area, you can still enjoy the benefits of Moringa, by adding
Moringa Leaf Powder to your diet! Ours is organically grown,
and made from 100% dried Moringa leaves - no chemicals or pesticides, and no additives!
If you are at all able to grow Moringa outside, even as an annual, you will not be disappointed!
Moringa Stenopetala
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Moringa Oleifera
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