Moringa Oleifera (Drumstick Tree/Moringa/Horseradish Tree/Ben Oil Tree/Benzolive Tree)
- Plant Care
Moringa plants (Moringaceae); sometimes commonly referred to as drumstick trees, horseradish trees, or ben oil trees; are native to the Himalayan foothills of India and Bangladesh. Moringa plants have long been used and revered in their native habitat for their amazing nutritious and medicinal qualities.
Once established, they are drought resistant, and they can tolerate extreme temperatures as high as 118 degrees Fahrenheit. Established moringa plants are low-maintenance and require little care, especially if grown outdoors year-round.
- A bright, sunny location that receives direct sunlight for most of the day is best for moringa plants.Keep the soil of moringa plants consistently moist, but not wet. Moringa plants do not tolerate ‘wet feet’ and are sensitive to overwatering.It does best in deep, fertile, sandy and well-draining soil.15 – 35 °CMoringa plants benefit from a light application of a general, all-purpose fertilizer to help support growth.
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