10-Dwarf Moringa Seeds (RARE)This is a very special rare dwarf variety from India. Which Unlike other varieties of moringa, this tree will remain and grow short, very well suited to container growing, making it easier to grow in cooler climates. Great for container growing that will allow you to bring your tree inside for the winter. Moringa prized for its very high-protein leaves, its rich concentration of minerals and vitamins and its heavy load of anti-oxidants! Leaves, blooms, seeds and immature seedpods called “drumsticks,” are edible; seeds are source of a high quality oil.Within 2 weeks of planting your Moringa seeds, you should have seedlings up, sporting healthy, green leaves. Once they put out some distinct branches, water them only once or twice a week. They do not like their roots to be standing in wet soil, so be sure they have good drainage. When they are about 8 to 10 inches tall, we start to harvest a few leaves from each seedling, by cutting the branches in half, which encourages them to "bush" out.Not too much water, lots of warmth, occasional organic fertilization, some water, and your Moringa seedlings will grow into lovely, valuable Moringa trees!