The Moringa Roots Survived
New growth on our Moringa trees is proof, that the winter freeze did not kill the roots of our Moringa Trees… The trees are looking fresh and healthy….
What We Have Been Doing
For the past few months, Harvey has been clearing the garden of weeds and digging Moringa. Maybe you remember, that two years back we planted Moringa all over our back yard, and they grew like a forest covering most of our growing space. Harvey has been working very hard, he’s no spring chicken, you probably do not know it but he turned 79 last week.
Last Year We Got Help
Last year we asked for help to dig the Moringa in exchange we gave them all the trees that they dug. That helped us clear a couple of the raised beds. This year Harvey started digging the larger trees for the orders we were getting and he just kept going.
Yesterday He Found Small Moringa Roots
Yesterday while clearing another bed, he started finding smaller Moringa trees, he kept all that had new growth on them. When I went outside I saw that he almost filled two buckets with Moringa roots. He is making so much progress that our garden is almost back to where it was two years ago. The bonus is that we have a collection of Moringa roots, some larger roots, and quite a few smaller roots.
I Can Have The Money
Harvey told me just today that if I sell the Moringa roots that I could use the money to go see my mother in California… I told him I can’t just sell the roots it isn’t that easy.
A Kind Gesture & Generous
But after I had time to think about it, I have to admit that it was a kind and generous offer to let me have the proceeds from selling the roots…
He is a good man and wants me to see my mom. So I put the Moringa roots in the shopping cart on the website…
Moringa Grows Slowly When It Is Cool
Our Moringa has been growing slowly because of the cool weather we have been having this spring but I expect them to take off like weeds again as soon as the nights stay in the 70’s.
Now’s A Good Time To Start
June is a perfect time to start growing Moringa from roots, seeds or wood. Because June is the month that the night time temperatures begin to stay in the 70’s and the Moringa will take off and start growing like weeds.
Actually, June, July & August are good times to start Moringa. If you live in a hot climate like Arizona, you could also start them in May, September, October and possibly November…
If You Want Them We Have Them
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