Moringa in Spring

Petchary's Blog

It’s hard to differentiate between the seasons here in the tropics, of course. But now there is a little freshness in the air. After a few showers that eased our crippling drought, the garden seems to be breathing again. The clouds are high and light; the sky is a gentler blue. And mangoes are ripening…

Our moringa trees are tall and spindly but oh, so delicate. And full of powerful goodness. I just took these photos.

Drink a cup of moringa tea, today!

Moringa Oleifera to meet the Global Demand for New Economical Sources of Feed, Food & Fuel (eco-business.com)

Women farmers trained in moringa soap and cream making (ghanabusinessnews.com)

Tree foods keeping children well fed (bbc.co.uk)

Moringa A Powerful Antioxidant (blackseedbuffet.wordpress.com)

http://petchary.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/our-magical-moringa-trees/ Our magical moringa trees: petchary.wordpress.com

http://petchary.wordpress.com/2012/02/20/a-miracle-with-leaves/ A miracle with leaves: petchary.wordpress.com

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