letmebeda1: did you get this tree since a baby? i just got a baby plant and i'm trying
to find out how to care for the plant so it can become a beautiful tree
like yours. btw awesome video. thank you for sharing those tips i'll keep
that in mind.
Craigson Burg: have about 40 plants growing!
brad mayeux: mine is about 5ft. i had one last year that was about 8-9 ft.
you do need to prune the top of it, or, it will grow straight up like a
mine froze last year in abnormally cold weather.
we dont usually get hard-freezes here, but we got 3 last year.
if the tap-root hits the bottom of the container it will stop growing.
and may inhibit it, once its put in the ground.
make sure you have a deep container.
Steve jensen: Good video for me a beginner. dancing flower entry
Owen Poteet: Awesome job! I'm going to start growing mine here soon.
feltingme: Thank you for sharing this, because I saw so many leggy ones, and yours is
so pretty. Can it be raised inside in the pot? Does it need a lot of sun? I
was wondering, if you could make a give away of the parts you cut off (we
could root them to grow our own moringa. :)
Lynn Blume: so cool doing my home work right now wonderful help on your video i get my
seeds soon dancing flowers are a must have would love to win one have a
blessed day and please keep us updated on your plant
Chetan Kulkarni: Hey this was a very nice presentation. Pruning will generate more branches
and make the plant look full. Keep growing... Dancing flower entry
wateronly: Solar dancing flower - so crazy cute!.
I got one with a bee on each side of flower.. very, happy!
Vhading farmer: it has to be cut down because moringga grows very high ...difficult to
harvest the leaves if you have harvested the side branches below at human's
height. unless its 20 year old moringga tree... it has to be cutdown and
replant the cutted half of the tree. it behaves like a low shrub.. it needs
constant chopping that way below knee part of the tree will regrow in just
few months grows high again and more more leaves..its one of the soft wood
tree.. we even uproot it coz the roots are more excellent for teas if no
one knows about it.Ive been growing these moringga for 20 years now they
grow fast... fed it to the goats to have more milk... they forgot to
mention that one of the most effective milk producing to animals and
humans this amazing tree/shrub and they love to be cut to encourge more
branches... the seeds we crushed and mixed with murky spring water to
purify the water during rainy season when the water runoff stains our
waters and we crushed it like a paste for the face and skin toner.... the
flower we used for cooking ...also the skin underside is used to heal
wounds... it is a miracle tree/treeshrub.... and its good for fencing ur
farm if no wood is availabe.Thats what we do in Mindanao, Philippines.
Patches O'Rourke: Thanks for the video! Found out about Moringa The Tree of Life last year,
ordered seeds at a good price and will be planting in March of this year.
Jerry Maulden: I like your video, but I need to get some seeds, can you send me some?
Indoor Harvest Gardens: that hilarious we both just uploaded morgina videos, lol. nice video and
great looking plant ;)-
mediamaker2000: Awwww! Thanks so much!
mediamaker2000: Thank you very much! Are you growing a Moringa as well?
Austin Family Gardening Channel: Cool Video! i was thinking about setting up a little grow room so i could
grow one of these bad boys. enjoyed your video & looking forward to your
next update Larry
Gardeninggirl1107: great info! I never knew how to make any plant "bush out". I guess just the
right kind of trimming makes all the difference. Fun prize :) dancing
mediamaker2000: Did you plant it inside or outside? Cold will kill it unless you prep it
like meanshoes does his banana tree in Canada.
G'Maw's Garden: I have found some info out there on another amazing plant also, called
acrapaba not much info out there yet on it, and mostly they all say the
same thing. This plant was kept in the Ming Dynasty for hudreds of years as
their secret to health and longevity, Izy island residents called it the
longevity plant. It is also know as the tomorrow plant. I have me some
moringa seeds and ordered me some acrapaba seeds also gonna grow em both.
nov51947: Where did you get your moringa seed, plant, cutting, whatever? dancing
SleestaksRule: Try rooting that sucker! See if you can get 2 plants. "Dancing flower
mediamaker2000: I grew it from seed. I put a link to a site that most are using to get
their seeds in the description for you.
mediamaker2000: Actually Barbara, you might want to check out my latest Moringa pruning
video I just released. I had to change up how I prned it and it did quite
well. Shipping to Jamaica? If I can I will! This video's contest is closed
but my new video's contest if still going on!
Indoor Harvest Gardens: i think the entire plant is edible?
Dave S.: I"ve got 4 moringas going. Any recommendations? I've got the one at around
8 inches. Is that when you said you cut yours? The other 3 r catching up
mediamaker2000: Maybe! It would be worth a try.
rhondaeyesalliance: I just received my first moringa tree, i am going to try your pruning style
as we do the same style with our other fruit trees . would like to enter
"dancing flower " contest.
Chris Williamson: Where do you think is the best place to get seeds? Thanks!
a ph: Thanks for the tips! Dancing flower entry
mhpgardener: That is the best looking Moringa tree I have ever seen...by far. I've
watched a ton of Moringa videos, and nothing has come close. It looks like
heavy pruning is definitely the way to go. Awesome job bro. Time for me to
go whack some stems...snip snip !
MrBlackitalian: I'm going to try in Columbia, SC!
Delticola: Thanks for the video. I'm about to hatch out 300 Moringa from seeds and see
what I can do with them, although I also recently tried the powder and it
did not agree with me, terrible diarreah and nausia. But in moderation
maybe it's a good thing. The pruning video was very educational for me.
mediamaker2000: To get them rather...Oooops!
mediamaker2000: Of course! You should get your Smart pot by mid week enxt week. Again,
sorry for the delay. House hunting is time consuming!
prepperchickie: cool thank you so much
mediamaker2000: I cannot say for sure as I am still learning as well. I would say given the
size of the plant, it would use a good amount so I would say that depends
on the size of pot you are growing it in. The giveaway for this video is
over. I always chose a winner right before making my newest video public.
Each new video has a giveaway which is open for entry until I do my next
video which could be anywhere from 5 - 30 days.
Thomas Ferstl: Hi, it`s very interesting video. I really would like to plant a little
moringa-tree at home for my family. Can anybody tell me how I can get the
plant? I`m living in Bavaria near 85072 Eichstätt. (It`s about 30km near
Ingolstadt). If anybody could tell me the way to buy it cheap I would be
very thankfully. Please write to email: firstname.lastname@example.org Best
mediamaker2000: Leaves and stems. They have a little bit of bite to them. I guess that's
why they call them horseradish trees LOL
mediamaker2000: You're welcome! Well, I have a video showing how to make one. Just do a
search for the following on youtube... 2 Liter Bottle Self Watering
Experiment - Quick & Easy DIY I was reading about that name the other
night. Very interesting. Thanks for posting that! Are you growing any
Steven Brown: love the plant
mediamaker2000: It's not doing too bad. I'm using a Sun Blaze 48 (4 foot bulbs X 8 bulbs)
high output T5 bulbs. That comes out to 40 watts and 40,000 lumens. I an
using 4 3000k bulbs and 4 6500k bulbs. It will grow a 4X4 foot patch of
plants. Those solar flowers are just too cute!
Kristina hopkins: You can order the seeds online amazon has them and also moringa.com @myriam
mediamaker2000: Compost is good for them. Mhpgardener more than proved that theory. No, I
wouldn't prune any Moringa down before it got to a few feet tall. If you
have 4 moringa, you can try different pruning methods on them and see what
works best for you. There isn't a ton of info out there on pruning them so
anything you can figure and share is good for all of us.
phil hilo: when can u start to eat the leaves but continue to make it grow.are the
roots invasive cus i plan to plant in the frontyard.
meanshoes: I don't know much about them but for sure I find it beautiful. Brock
"Dancing Flower Entry"
Diane Mumm Garden Videos: looks good and healthy , what type of lighting are you using indoors for
the moringa? I am going to repot mine very leggy at this point and pot up
to the leaves , just try it one first to see how it does and yes I love
that solar thingy.. dancing flower entry..:)
mediamaker2000: One is growing slow, I'm limiting the light to it to keep it that way for
now. The other is a monster out in the yard. Will have to bring it in soon
but no idea where to put it LOL
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