Moringa Oleifera cuttings are regrowing

Exactly 4 weeks ago I cut down a lanky Moringa plant as the leaves were getting beyond reach. The cut-off “trunk” was then cut into 2 pieces and replanted ~ much easier and faster than growing from seeds.

They have re-grown beautifully and will soon be providing me with ample leaves within easy reach for kitchen use. Some can be left on the soil to rot but that is not my preference – at this point in time.

Now that it’s spring, and with summer rainstorms soon to come, it is time to coppice a couple more of my young Moringa “trees” to regrow them around the property lines for future green manure.

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2 responses to “Moringa Oleifera cuttings are regrowing

  1. It’s wonderful when witnessing this. What else is regrowing?

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