Grow your own highly nutrition moringa plants. The seeds themselves are edible and highly nutritious, as are virtually all parts; the plants can be grown on a window sill, and be “banzai’ed” to fit even the smallest dwellings. Having 2 or 20 bushes in or near your kitchen is a great way to add nutritional value to your cooking.
They provide vitamins, minerals, proteins, antioxidants, and other important nutrients every healthy body needs. The ownership of one moringa tree can make a huge difference in a family’s well being.
They like warmth and sun, but hate cold and frost. They will go dormant between November and May. Keep in dry warm space. Sometimes called the “never-die-tree” because it comes back, or the horseradish tree due to it’s slight zinging flavor.
Seed bags available in three sizes: 5 count, 25 count, and 100 count.