How to Keep Moringa Trees Alive Through Winter (the EASY way!)



Can moringa trees live through frost?

Yes, they can! Often, a moringa tree will freeze to the roots during a frost, sometimes regrowing when the weather warms up again. However, we have found the best way to ensure moringa trees live through cold weather is by protecting the trunk with a ring of wire stuffed with leaves. Protect the trunk and you’ll get much better regrowth the following spring. Today I demonstrate how to keep moringa trees alive through winter, as well as share my thoughts on growing moringa in cold climates.

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