MORINGA OLEIFERA FOR SALE: "The Miracle Tree of Life"
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Grown in Florida! Harvested and packed by hand with TLC. Buy American!

1 oz bag contains about 100 seeds packed by weight; seed count varies with seed size.
Shipping & handling within US only. Florida residents pay 6% sales tax.

We do NOT ship outside the US due to customs agriculture regulations.

Now selling Moringa seeds harvested 2017
Buy fresh direct from the grower!

All Moringa products sold on this website are grown and harvested fresh by Hendry Creek Hideaway, LLC in Florida.

$25 for one 1 oz bag Moringa Seeds + $4.95 shipping:

$48 for two 1 oz. bags of Moringa Seeds + $7.95 for shipping for both

$230 for one 10 oz. bag of Moringa Seeds + $19.95 for shipping:


  Shipments generally are mailed on Mondays.
PayPal and Credit Cards accepted only. No checks. No phone orders. No refunds.
Buy during Fall for Spring planting in northern climates to avoid shipment during freezing weather.
Seeds will remain viable for about 3 years, if stored in airtight package in refrigerator.
For special requests, email me your request with your contact information.

Email: info@HendryCreekHideaway.com

You Tube Channel: AllAboutMoringa

See us on Pinterest: 101 Ways to Grow Moringa oleifera in the USA

    Planting Instructions:

    Edible leaves and flowers! Grows quickly with little maintenance in sandy soil.

    Learn to Make Citrus Moringa Tea Using the French Press Method on You Tube!

    Learn All About Moringa Flowers on You Tube!

    Grow your own Moringa trees for nutritional, medicinal and cosmetic uses for a continuous supply!

    Dry leaves and flowers for tea, or substitute for oregano or parsley in your favorite recipes to add valuable nutrition.
    Google-Scholar "Moringa oleifera".  See many research articles finding Moringa as the newest source of nutrition and healing.
    Also known as the Horseradish Tree, Ben Tree, Benzolive, Malunggay and Drumstick Tree.  
    Excellent feed for cows, horses, goats and humans!

    Seedlings grown and harvested in same season for northern climates.

    Mature seed pods:
    The best seeds for cultivation are mature, dark brown in color and have ripened on the tree until the seed pod (drum stick) is brown, crispy and opens easily with slight pressure; “hollow”.
    The drumsticks have dried on the tree until harvest and are not edible by humans.
    The dry, brown husk of the drumstick makes good mulch after the seeds are removed.

    Cut the high limbs low to the ground after you harvest your summer crop.

    Seed pods or drumsticks.

    Eatible green Moringa seeds.

    Limbs used for cuttings to start "living fence".

    Growing Moringa from Cuttings:

    1. Cut the tallest Moringa branches at the base with a chain saw, when the seeds at the top of branch are ready to harvest.
    2. Typically, a long branch with many mature seed pods will have few leaves.  Cutting off these gangly limbs helps to harvest the seeds quickly, and cuts the tree back to a manageable height.  The tree quickly sprouts new branches and leaves at the cut line and below.
    3. Cut the fallen branch into limbs about 36” to 48” long with a chain saw.  The best cuttings are from ¾” in diameter up to 4” in diameter:  the thicker the width of the cutting or limb, the better the chances of survival.  The thicker cuttings make a sturdy tree trunk.
    4. The thicker limbs remain viable for about a month when stored outside in the shade with some humidity.
    5. Dig a hole about 16” deep and about 8” wide in well drained soil.
    6. Sprinkle about 1/4 cup vegetable fertilizer into the hole and mix with the surrounding soil.
    7. Plant the limb in a hole with about 1/3 of length below grade: a 36” long limb should be planted about 12” deep with 24” above grade. 
    8. Pack the soil firmly around the cutting to keep it straight, adding a little fertilizer just below grade at the top..  I frequently surround the limb with mulch or rocks to keep it straight until roots develop.
    9. Water frequently, keeping soil moist, but not soggy, for several weeks until small branches begin to sprout.  Roots of cuttings grow perpendicular to the cut, around the circumference of the branch.  Moringa planted from seeds have a single tap root.
    Plant several limb cuttings in a row about 8”-12” apart to make the “living fence”.  The trunks will grow together as the tree gets larger.  Or, plant them about 10' to12’ apart as a single tree.

    Moringa leaf Harvest:
    Significant source of beta-carotene, Vitamin C, protein, iron, potassium, calcium and phosphorus.

    Dried Moringa leaf for tea and cooking:

    7 times the vitamin C in oranges
    4 times the calcium in milk
    4 times the vitamin A in carrots
    2 times the protein in milk
    3 times the potassium in bananas
    20 different amino acids

    Moringa flower harvest. Ants love them! If you harvest flowers, you will not have seed pods.

    Moringa Mojito Recipe:

    Crush fresh Mint and Moringa leaves/flowers in bottom of tall glass.
    Add crushed ice and 1 oz. Bacardi Light Rum; crush herbs with end of wooden spoon to extract herb flavor and nutrients.
    Fill glass with Sprite Zero.
    Squeeze large lime wedge on top. Garnish with second lime wedge, mint or moringa.
    Beat the heat: drink with straw and smile!

    Add dried, crushed Moringa leaves to oil with other fresh herbs. Dip hot bread.

    Moringa and tomato omelet.

    Olive Oil, Rosemary, Basil, Moringa Leaf, Seasoned Salt, Lemon Pepper, Garlic, Balsamic Vinegar
    on Tomato topped with fresh Mozzarella. Serve on a bread slice. Healthy snack!

    Useful links:

    Antioxidant Activity & Total Phenolic Content of Moringa...

    Download "The Incredible Moringa Leaves" brochure by www.treesforlife.org

    Download Moringa Information from Trees For Life

    Click here for information on Moringa oleifera from Wikipedia

    A Review of the Medical Evidence of Nutritional, therapeutic and Prophylactic Properties of Moringa by Fahey



    The Potential of Moringa Oleifera For Agricultural and Industrial Uses by Makkar and Becker

    The Moringa Tree By Dr. Martin L. Price Published by ECHO Staff

    Retention and Storage Stability of Beta-carotene (Moringa oleifera)

    Effect of Dehydration on the Nutritive Value By Joshi and Mehta

    Growing and Processing Moringa Leaves by Moringanews

    Slice young beans in food processor. Add to soup.

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