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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Moringa Oleifera Tree – Miracle Tree – Growing in Arizona Garden! These are my 4 Moringa Oleifera Trees growing in my Tempe, Arizona Garden in 2015! Moringa Leaves are known as one of the healthiest foods on the planet! I have not watered my Moringa Trees since May 2015 and from now on they should survive well off native rain only! 🙂 Order a Pack of 25 Moringa Tree Seeds from me at: Join My New Online Gardening School for at (Scroll to the Bottom) Let’s Garden Together Online. My New Gardening Online School is a month or a year at Check Out & ORDER Our Gardening Supplies & Tree Food HERE: Hit the “Like” button, Click “SUBSCRIBE”, Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at Check out my website at Email me at: Check out my other YouTube channels at: Video Rating: / 5


  • 2coryman 4 years ago

    you can also dry the leaves and sell them as moringa powder

  • 2coryman 4 years ago

    moringa is also anti aging

  • Leyi's Garden in Arizona 4 years ago

    Jake thanks sooooo much for all the info you provide in your videos! I am so new at gardening and have learned great tips and info from watching your videos. Keep it up!

  • Linda Schrimsher 4 years ago

    Oops, we planted two last year and may have to move them because they are growing so big already.

  • Hissage 4 years ago

    Jakes what is the reason for cutting the moringa at six feet? Why not let it grow tall? Please enlight me

  • Taichi Master 4 years ago

    Just wondering if it is the tree or the gardener that caused these trees to grow so fast. I'm putting my money on the gardener!!

  • Michael Overstreet 4 years ago

    So what time of year do you prune back?

  • VirtualLife 4 years ago

    Nice. Never had moringa. I like plants and trees where i can eat not only the fruit, but also the leaves. What do the leaves taste like ? Thx

  • Geoff Miranda 4 years ago

    moringa ice cream..yummy…

  • Suzy Q 4 years ago

    I learned that they don't like too much water. I almost killed one this year with diligent watering. I left it in the ground, and it's now coming back. Another one in my back yard was eaten clear through by rabbits last fall. It came back and is now a cute little tree. Another one I started from seed last fall is doing well in another area of the back yard. I plan to put in four more in the front yard this month. The one I planted in the shade is doing the best. None of mine are growing at the same amazing rate as yours. I can't get any landscape companies to bring me wood chips. What should I do instead of wood chips, Jake?

  • Satoshi Chomsky 4 years ago

    Jake, just ordered some seeds. Will they store well? I won't be planting them for a while.

  • Juan Arcos 4 years ago

    Great video hope to see the update on ur date palms :)

  • Everyman Lifestyle 4 years ago

    Jake I just saw the Daniel Bryan thing………..THAT'S EPIC!!! Congrats man, that's some good advertising!

  • Taylor P. 4 years ago

    will these survive a frost?

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