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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 Related PostsGrowing a Fig Tree Forest in an Arizona Garden – My Gardening Secrets – LIVE VIDEO!Winter Tour of My Vegetable Garden, part 3 – Moringa TreeFuture Agriculture (moringa oleifera)Incredible Mango Tree Forest in Phoenix, Arizona – Wow!INCREDIBLE 200+ FRUIT TREE & URBAN GARDEN IN PHOENIX ARIZONAGrowing Food in South Florida – Vegetable Garden in Grow Boxes and Moringa Trees

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  • Hb Hiker 4 months ago

    Where can you find these seeds online, other than your website? I ask this because you're sold out, and would love to plant this tree, before the summer heat, in Gilbert Arizona. Any info would be great. Just found your channel and have a huge backyard that I want to convert into an edible, desert, landscape. David

  • L O F E N O I A L O F 4 months ago

    Are these able to thrive when kept to about 6-8 feet high trees? Also how do you recommend pruning these (when, where to cut)? And are the leaves the only edible parts? Thanks

  • Firehot1975 4 months ago

    that is not Olifeira Jake

  • Jakub Przybyszewski 4 months ago

    Very inspiring video, one day when I can afford a house I'll grow moringa trees.

  • Bella Dawna 4 months ago

    Thank you for posting up about the Moringa Tree. In my opinion Moringa is very important for health. I think it's important to get word across that Moringa can help, reduce, and may prevent health conditions. I will continue watching important videos like this one until it doesn't play anymore because of the ant-neutrality bill. Thank you for this information my friend. I hope for the best in your life VeganAthlete.

  • Ken Alexander 4 months ago

    I picked Moringa Powder from Whole Foods this morning

  • jewel harris 4 months ago

    do you harvest the leaves and use them

  • jennifer wilson 4 months ago

    Mr. Mace you are the most handsome man inside out like that Moringa tree you growth!!. I'm growing the tree and eat them and I want to tell you thanks you for teaching me about the goodness of this tree. God Bless you and yours Sir.

  • who knows 4 months ago

    I just bought a 6 feet moringa tree, and I was planning on planting it on the grown, but I'm concern about the roots being invasive and do they take over like banana trees?

  • Philip Bonafede 4 months ago

    Mine are 2 ft tall… Getting ready to sprout more and have them everywhere on my property!!!

  • M Williams 4 months ago

    Love these shows!

  • M Williams 4 months ago

    love this shows!

  • rosie rose 4 months ago

    Awesome forest of moringa tree ! I grow up eating Moringa vegetables!. Try cooking it with coconut milk with fried fish in it, hmmmmmmm delish!

  • Sarah Dodson 4 months ago

    I just ordered moringa seeds, unfortunately not from your site. You're out of stock. But thank you for sharing the information on this beautiful tree. I live in Michigan, so my moringa will be potted. It will have a great neighbor, my lemon and tangerine trees!

  • Cherokee Rose 4 months ago

    Jake, next time you cut any tree please cut om an angle, not straight across.  Rain water could puddle on the cut and rot the tree…  I got my own Moringa and will baby it.  Thanks to you and John for your introducing me to these wonderful trees.

  • gem es 4 months ago

    Malunggay tree called in Manila, Philippines

  • Chaz Brougham 4 months ago

    Hi! can I buy the fresh leaves and the fruit? gosh I haven't had Morinaga for a while…

  • Precious Lui 4 months ago

    wow malunggay become huge tree now